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    Cells to Society: New centers explore two major areas of cancer disparities

    The earlier onset, higher rates, and worse outcomes of cancer in poor and minority populations in the United States may be well documented, but they are not well understood

    Major study tests primary prevention power of vitamin D and omega-3s

    Television news and cereal boxes tout the health benefits of extra vitamin D and omega-3 fatty acids, but exceeding the recommended dietary allowance of either is not a proven way to prevent cancer nor cardiovascular di

    Phase II study tests exercise, metformin in colorectal cancer survivors

    Nearly 150,000 people are diagnosed with colorectal cancer every year in the United States, leading to approximately 50,000 deaths from the disease

    Media matters for more than health disparities

    Most people including the public, patients, physicians, and policy makers rely on the news media to translate research discoveries into useful information

    High-Throughput Polymorphism Detection Core

    The High-Throughput Polymorphism Detection Core (HTPC) provides services to DF/HCC investigators conducting molecular analyses of germline DNA collected as part of a wide range of investigations into the molecular epidemiology of cancer, including Genome Wide Association Studies (

    Cytogenetics Core

    The Cytogenetics Core serves as both a scientific and technical resource to DF/HCC investigators

    Twenty-nine new members join DF/HCC

    Twenty-nine individuals have recently joined DF/HCC

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