CRCHD's CURE program and its unique opportunties are given a polished, graphical representation in this exciting new infographic.
CRCHD's Annual Report outlines CRCHD's programs, and selected projects, investigators, and partnerships.
This monograph describes the Continuing Umbrella of Research Experiences (CURE), a model training paradigm for increasing workforce diversity.
Read through the 2013 Annual Report to the Nation on the Status of Cancer.
Minorities in Cancer Research (MICR) is a membership group within the AACR.
Special Spotlight: Minority Health Awareness Month
The month of April is dedicated to Minority Health Awareness. Cancer is either the first or second leading cause of death for racial and ethnic minorities in the United States. Cancer survivorship also continues to be a very real struggle for our underserved populations. African Americans have the highest incidence and mortality rates of any racial/ethnic group for various types of cancer, followed closely by Hispanics, Asians/Pacific Islanders, and American Indians/Alaska Natives.
Please visit the links below to find out more on the topic of minority health:
- New! National Cancer Survivorship Week Highlight
- Minority Health Awareness Highlights
- Asian Hepatitis B/Liver Cancer Prevention and Intervention Program
- Recruitment of African Americans to Clinical Trials
- Training the Next Generation of Hispanic Cancer Researchers
Read more about this description of NCI's Fiscal Year 2013 budget proposal and broad research programs that address a wide range of cancers and their underlying biological properties
CRCHD is pleased to provide cancer health disparities-related statistics excerpted from the Annual Report to the Nation on the Status of Cancer.