If researchers can keep uncovering new treatments, Mark Crafts believes there is hope for surviving colorectal cancer.
Annual Meeting Merit Awards support oncology trainees who are first authors on abstracts selected for presentation at the ASCO Annual Meeting. This year, Conquer Cancer will recognize 151 recipients with Merit Awards. These oncology professionals are recognized for their respective field and research advancements within the cancer care community.
Dr. Oliva used support from a 2019 Young Investigator Award to lead vital preliminary research that is bringing subsequent clinical trials to life for patients with oropharyngeal cancers.
Through our Grants & Awards program and Women Who Conquer Cancer (WWCC) initiative we have invested more than $57 million to support women oncologists and researchers around the world.
Mai Achong was 26 when she was diagnosed with ovarian cancer. Though she survived and her dream of motherhood was fulfilled, the challenges of survival continue to haunt her. From parenting while in treatment to navigating health care systems, Mai shares all the lessons she learned as a patient and a survivor.
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