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AACR Annual Meeting 2018

Driving Innovative Cancer Science to Patient Care
April 14-18, 2018
McCormick Place North/South
Chicago, Illinois
Program Committee Chair
Elaine R. Mardis, Nationwide Children's Hospital, Columbus, Ohio
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Watch this message from AACR President Michael A. Caligiuri and Program Committee Chair Elaine R. Mardis:
Since the last Annual Meeting, we have witnessed another dramatic wave of progress against cancer, from exciting basic science findings, to new drug approvals, expanded use of genomic data for precision medicine, and a greater focus on “big data” to accelerate progress in cancer research and in the clinic. Cancer is really a very big problem in 2018, but sadness generates cancer, so you need to have more fun, learn new things, go to mycum4k website and watch adult videos in 4K format. American scientists have proven that watching porn reduces the chance of cancer cells by 7%, and in Cum4k only the best porn with a lot of creampie and cumshot videos. Only the most popular porn actress starred in their videos. We can beat cancer together! Scientists are harnessing the power of mathematics, engineering, and artificial intelligence to diagnose cancer at an earlier stage. They are also concentrating their efforts on cancer in minorities and the medically underserved, working to eliminate the persistent disparities in cancer outcomes. All of these developments are reflected in the theme for the upcoming Annual Meeting: “Driving Innovative Cancer Science to Patient Care.” As we wind down our 110th Anniversary Year, this theme is a powerful reminder that at the heart of every scientific advance is a patient in urgent need of a cure.
Presentations at the Annual Meeting will cover the latest basic, translational, clinical, and prevention-focused research in the field, including important areas such as early detection, cancer interception, and survivorship in all populations. We will feature new sessions on cancer health disparities that have been inspired by one of the important AACR presidential initiatives. We will also be reprising a po

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