Forging Partnerships to Accelerate Progress Against Cancer
The AACR Scientist↔Survivor Program is designed to build enduring partnerships among the leaders of the scientific, cancer survivor, and patient advocacy communities worldwide. The program provides advocates with special lectures using lay language, small group discussions, and other opportunities for the exchange of information on key aspects of cancer research, survivorship, advocacy, and public policy.
The Scientist↔Survivor Program takes place at various AACR scientific meetings. The program provides an opportunity for patient advocates to learn about cancer research and to interact with scientists, doctors, health professionals, and other advocates. These groups come together to discuss the latest findings in cancer research, foster collaborative interdisciplinary partnerships, and promote progress in new research in cancer health disparities.
The upcoming Scientist↔Survivor Program will be held at The Science of Cancer Health Disparities in Atlanta, Georgia, Sept. 25-28, 2017. The application deadline for this program has passed. The next Scientist↔Survivor Program will be held at the Annual Meeting 2018 in Chicago, IL. For more information, please visit The Scientist↔Survivor Program at The Annual Meeting 2018 page.
Visit the Opportunities for Survivor Advocates page for information on how to register for The Science of Cancer Health Disparities conference as an advocate. Please note, you will not be able to participate in The Scientist↔Survivor Program. For more information on the conference, please visit The Science of Cancer Health Disparities page.
The AACR is thankful to its supporters of the Scientist↔Survivor Program
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