How do we cure cancer?
The answer is research.
Researchers in laboratories and clinics, universities, medical centers, government and industry are working not only to overcome this disease, but also to prevent it.
Will you be a part of the next generation of cancer researchers?
Online Resources for High School Students and Teachers
Resources recommended by Centre of the Cell
- Cold Spring Harbor Laboratories – Inside Cancer and DNA Interactive
Historic and current research on cancer, online materials and classroom-based activities, an online community for teachers
- At-Bristol Science Museum - Inside DNA
Interactive website on DNA
- WIKID: The Science Course
A variety of stimulating classroom activities to provoke lively discussion, even debate, on cancer-related topics
- Howard Hughes Medical Institute’s (HHMI) - Biointeractive
Video lectures from top researchers, animations and teaching materials on cancer research, biology and treatment
- Centre of the Cell - Cancer: Damaged Genes
Engaging games and other interactive teaching activities for young people
- Teachers TV
Topical and relevant videos on cancer (via patient experiences) and cancer research and genomics
Stand Up To Cancer
As the next generation of doctors, scientists and leaders, you have the power to stand up and help end cancer. Take action this fall by starting a Stand Up To Cancer club at your high school. Check out www.su2c.org/clubs for more details.
Don't miss out on this opportunity to make a difference and join the SU2C movement. Your club will be invited to participate in a special SU2C challenge with a chance to be on national television during the next SU2C televised event on ABC, NBC, CBS and FOX.
By starting an SU2C club, you gain access to exclusive videos, music and materials to help you create your own unique events and to spread the word at your school. We invite you to start by listening to a special message from Emma Stone. This is where the end of cancer begins.
American Association for Cancer Research
Cancer Research Saves Lives
You can also watch award-winning informational videos from the AACR Annual Meeting 2012.
What is Cancer?
Cancer is not just one disease, but more than 200. Learn more about how cancer starts and how it will be cured in CR magazine. What is cancer?
Read more about current research from the seven scientific journals published by the American Association for Cancer Research. Cancer research in the news.
From Research to Treatment
Does the latest front-page cancer news represent the cure for cancer? Read this article in CR magazine to learn how discoveries move from bench to bedside. From Mice to Men.
The AACR Cancer Policy Monitor Newsletter keeps you fully informed about the federal policies that influence cancer research. Read Cancer Policy Monitor.