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COVID-19 Research Resources
A curated list of research resources around guidelines, policies, and procedures related to COVID-1, drawn from Harvard University, affiliated academic healthcare centers, and government funding agencies

COVID-19 Research Resources
A curated list of research resources around guidelines, policies, and procedures related to COVID-1, drawn from Harvard University, affiliated academic healthcare centers, and government funding agencies

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Symposium: Reinventing Cancer Prevention and Early Detection for the 21st Century

Monday, February 4, 2019
9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Joseph B. Martin Conference Center, 77 Avenue Louis Pasteur Boston, MA 02115 map

Symposium: Reinventing Cancer Prevention and Early Detection for the 21st Century – 2/4/2019

The new Center for Global Cancer Prevention at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health—an interdisciplinary center dedicated to prevention education and research across the cancer continuum—invites you to its inaugural symposium showcasing cutting-edge research in the field. The Center focuses on primary prevention (including lifestyle and behavior modifications), secondary prevention (including screening and early detection), and tertiary prevention (including cancer survivorship and disease monitoring).

Our mission is to support groundbreaking research that develops and implements novel methods, technologies, and tools to further the translation of this work into clinical and public health practice. By forming cross-collaborative partnerships among researchers, physicians, thought leaders, pharma, academic collaborators, philanthropists, technology companies, and innovators, we strive to accelerate progress within the field and optimize the pathways of care.

The Center for Global Cancer Prevention supports the training of next-generation prevention and early-detection researchers, the recruitment of top talent in the field, and the education of policymakers, public health organizations, and health care providers to ensure that interventions are cost effective and implementable within existing health systems. We are motivated by the belief that all populations worldwide should benefit from state-of-the-art cancer-prevention strategies.

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