This year marks the 115th anniversary of the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR)—the world’s first, largest, and most prestigious scientific organization dedicated to the…
AACR journals and scientific meetings feature groundbreaking cancer research.
The groundbreaking researcher studies factors that can lead to racial and ethnic health disparities. This includes her research on heritable mutations that lead to cancer…
The AACR honors individuals and organizations that have made progress against cancer through research and advocacy.
The annual AACR report on cancer progress brings good news about advances made in cancer research and treatment.
Cancer knows no borders, and neither should cancer research. An AACR global outreach program connects renowned cancer researchers with scientists working in low-resource settings.
The budget for the National Institutes of Health has grown by nearly $15 billion since the first Rally for Medical Research in 2013.
Awards promote diversity and inclusion and honor the late AACR past president Dr. José Baselga.
People affected by cancer give back to support research.
Corporations, members, and other benefactors help the AACR in large and small ways.
The AACR continues to engage the community in bolstering the cause of cancer research.
The AACR Foundation Chief Philanthropic Officer and Vice President of Development gains inspiration from those facing cancer.