Promoting research aimed at identifying new therapeutic targets and developing more effective therapies to treat cancer
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In 2016, the American Cancer Society and Wisconsin Division of Public Health estimated that 285,000 Wisconsin residents are living with a cancer diagnosis, a significant increase from 2013. While much of this increase is attributed to improved cancer screening rates, survivorship is also on the rise because of improved treatments, and the rate of cancer mortality in Wisconsin is falling.
Through this award, researchers aim to promote outstanding research aimed at identifying new therapeutic targets and developing more effective therapies to treat and prevent the recurrence of cancer for the citizens of Wisconsin.
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