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New Funding Opportunity: SU2C Health Equity Breakthrough Team

Stand Up To Cancer (SU2C) invites applications for the SU2C Health Equity Breakthrough Team Research Grant Program.

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New Funding Opportunity: Convergence 3.1416 Call For Ideas

Applications Requested for Stand Up To Cancer (SU2C) Convergence Grants Exploring Cancer’s Communications among the Immune System and the Microbiome Using Organoids and Mice.

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Brenda Song on How to Cope When a Loved One Has Cancer

She shared how she dealt with her mother’s breast cancer diagnosis.

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The Key to Improving Cancer Care Among Minority Communities

A half-century after America’s Civil Rights Movement exposed gross disparities in healthcare among minorities, the issue still plagues the medical community.

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Challenges to Curing Primary Brain Tumours

Despite decades of research, brain tumours remain among the deadliest of all forms of cancer. The ability of these tumours to resist almost all conventional and novel treatments relates, in part, to the unique cell-intrinsic and microenvironmental properties of neural tissues.

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Trump’s $500 million for childhood cancer? Scientists have ideas how to spend it

Vice Chair of the SU2C Scientific Advisory Committee, Lee J. Helman, MD comments on the $500MM for pediatric cancer recommended in the State of the Union speech could bring additional researchers into the field of pediatric cancer research.

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Stand Up to Cancer Unveils $50M Endowment Fund Goal

The endowment will be used to support SU2C’s annual operating activities and fund its life-saving cancer research.

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Can These Researchers Catch Cancer Much Earlier Than Ever Before?

SU2C “Convergence” and “Cancer Interception” researchers Regina Barzilay, PhD and Lecia Sequist. MD, PhD discuss AI to find cancers earlier, even before abnormal cells turn into the disease.

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Dr. Carl June Highlights Shorter CAR T Culture Times at SITC

Pancreatic Cancer Collective scientists, Dr. Carl June and Dr. David Tuveson suggest CAR T cell therapies can require as little as three days of culture time at SITC 2018.

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“I was the new Nobel Prize winner’s lab rat… Dr. James P. Allison won the Nobel Prize for his work with immunotherapy, which saved my life.” by SU2C-CRI Dream Team Advocate Mary Elizabeth Williams in SALON

Receiving the Nobel prize is an extraordinary lifetime achievement, but the impact of Dr. Jim Allison’s research can be life-changing for the patients who benefit, as shared in this personal account.

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