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Infection Threat from Asymptomatic COVID-19 Patients Around You

Michael Wang, MD., Ph.D., member of AFCR Scientific Advisory Board The recently announced extension of social distancing guidelines through the end of April is an important step taken by the U.S. federal government to slow down the spread of coronavirus. But the overall picture of the COVID-19 pandemic is still very…...

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2018 USCACA-AFCR Young Investigator Award

The 2018 USCACA-AFCR Scholar Award Ceremony in Tianjin on November 17, 2018 The Asian Fund for Cancer Research and the US Chinese Anti-Cancer Association have jointly awarded six outstanding Chinese cancer researchers in the early stage of their careers with the 2018 USCACA-AFCR Young Investigator Award. Scholars will each receive…...

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USCACA & AFCR 2018 Scholar Awards

The United States Chinese Anti-Cancer Association and AFCR are pleased to invite nominations for the USCACA-AFCR 2018 Scholar Awards. The Awards will recognize 4 to 5 junior Chinese investigators on the basis of significant contributions in Translational or Clinical Cancer Research. Candidacy is open to all Chinese researchers who were trained…...

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7 Facts You Need to Know About Lung Cancer

With lung cancer continuing to affect the lives of so many people, it’s important to understand the disease and what we can do to improve our chances of beating it. 1. Targeted therapies are showing great promise in treating lung cancer. If you’ve been diagnosed with lung cancer, talk to…...

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AFCR April 2018 China Brain Cancer Round Table

  (clockwise) AFCR Founder and CEO Dr. Sujuan Ba, ECI Founder Mr. Andrew Forrest and PhIRDA Executive President Mr. Song Ruilin Bringing International Partners Together In recent months, the Asian Fund for Cancer Research (AFCR) has established relationships with two fellow Pacific Rim institutions: the China Pharmaceutical Innovation and Research Development…...

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2012 AFCR-USCACA Scholar Excellence Award

On September 7, 2012, the Asian Fund for Cancer Research and the US Chinese Anti-Cancer Association(USCACA) jointly awarded five outstanding young Chinese cancer researchers the 2012 AFCR-USCACA Scholar Excellence Award. Chinese researchers and physicians are being increasingly recognized in making significant contributions to advance biomedical researches including cancer research in China and the…...

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