Colorectal cancer is a leading killer of both men and women and it is estimated that over 51,000 deaths due to the disease occured in 2010. Early detection of colon cancer is critical. Learn more about colon and rectal cancer.
Febrero 18, 2011
CancerQuest director to speak at Georgia Science Teachers' Association Annual Conference
CancerQuest's director, Dr. Gregg Orloff, will discuss ways that science teachers can use the content, animations and curriculum developed by CancerQuest. CancerQuest will also be giving out posters, CDs and DVDs at the GA Bio table. For more informaion, visit the GSTA website.
Febrero 04, 2011
World Cancer Day
Each February 4th, the World Health Organization recognizes World Cancer Day. WHO estimates that wiith any changes, about 85 MILLION people will die of cancer in the decade between 2005 and 2015.
Enero 06, 2011
CancerQuest partners with the Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey
The work will be integrated into courses offerd at the school, providing students with a great opportunnity to learn cancer biology, engage in the presentation of scientific information and develop their skills in translation of scientific/technical material.
Enero 05, 2011
DDPA Research Seminar Presentation
CancerQuest will be filming an interview and research talk for presentation online:
Jeanne Kowalski, PhD
Biostatistics & Biomedical Informatics Shared Resource
Winship Cancer Institute
Department of Biostatistics & Bioinformatics
Rollins School of Public Health
Talk title: Genomics and Cancer Clinical Trials
Location: room 5012, Bldg. C, Winship Cancer Institute