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Project Innovation Launches at ASCO

Project Innovation spent a busy weekend at the 50th annual meeting of the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) in Chicago! Over 33,000 people attended ASCO this year to discuss scientific advances in the field of cancer research, the next generation of medicines, and the value that cancer treatments bring to patients and the nation as a whole.

Nancy Davenport-Ennis, Founder and Chairman, National ...
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Introducing Project Innovation: Accelerating Cancer Innovation

Our nation has seen progress on cancer treatments and therapies.  Cancer deaths dropped 20 percent,[1] two in three Americans now live at least five years after a cancer diagnosis[2] and today, there are 13.7 million cancer survivors.[3]  But the fight is far from over.  Cancer still kills 1,600 Americans daily and costs the country over $200 billion yearly in healthcare costs and lost productivity.[4]  What is more, cancer cases are expected to jump nearly 45 percent by 2030.[5]

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