Long-standing inequities in multiple social determinants of health contribute to significant disparities in the burden of preventable cancer risk factors.Learn More
Cancer is not a single disease, but rather a collection of diseases all characterized by the uncontrolled proliferation of cells.Learn More
The Science of Cancer Survivorship, Tuesday, June 28, 2022, 1 p.m.ET.
This virtual forum will explore the future of cancer survivorship research and more.
An estimated 41,260 adults in the United States are expected to be diagnosed with liver cancer this year. Read about the prevention, screening, and treatment of this type of cancer.Learn More
An early collaboration between AACR Fellows Joseph F. Fraumeni, MD, and Frederick P. Li, MD, defined one of the first cancer predisposition syndromes linked to the most commonly mutated gene across all cancer types.Read AACR Stories
The Summer 2022 issue of Cancer Today magazine, with articles on coping scanxiety, marking cancer milestones, dealing with the pain of grief, and more is now available.Cancer Today
The report provides a comprehensive overview of the latest research on cancer disparities and calls for policies to reduce disparities and achieve cancer health equity.Learn More
The AACR and its more than 50,000 members worldwide are advancing a scientifically bold agenda against the collection of diseases we call cancer.Learn More
For the woman with Lynch syndrome, a delayed colonoscopy highlighted the impact of the pandemic on cancer screening.Learn More
million cancer survivors in the U.S. are living with, through, and beyond their disease thanks to researchLearn More
cancer diagnoses in the United States are associated with preventable risk factorsLearn More
new therapeutics against cancer were approved by the FDA from August 1, 2020, to July 31, 2021Learn More
percent decrease of the overall age-adjusted cancer death rate in the U.S. from 1991 to 2018Learn More