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UNC Lineberger research featured at ASCO Annual Meeting
Research presented by UNC Lineberger members was featured in plenary and other major sessions of the meeting this year, and was picked up by multiple media outlets.
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Cancer burden for aging U.S. HIV population projected to shift
UNC-Chapel Hill researcher Jessica Y. Islam, in collaboration with the National Cancer Institute and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, reported findings Wednesday at the American Association for Cancer Research Annual Meeting that the total number of HIV-positive cancer patients in the United States is projected to decrease through 2030. She and her collaborators also projected that there would be a decrease in cancers linked to the advanced stage of HIV infection -- AIDS.
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Located in Newsroom / UNC Lineberger in the News
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UNC Lineberger expands cancer survivors’ program to more N.C. locations
Through the N.C. Cancer Survivorship Provider Action Network (NC-CSPAN), cancer survivors and their loved ones can participate in a free, four-week educational program on nutrition, exercise, coping with stress and medical care. The program seeks to engage survivors to smooth the transition from active treatment.
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UNC Cancer Survivors Day brings community together for day of celebration, education
Cancer survivors, their care providers and UNC faculty and staff were at the William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education on Saturday, June 10, in a show of community and support, and to share information on issues facing survivors.
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