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Domain

cancer.gov


Number of Technologies

29

Founded Year

1937


Number of Contacts

697

Alexa Rank

11,268


Number of Job Postings

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About cancer.gov

Creation of the National Cancer Institute (NCI) was authorized by the U.S. Congress in the National Cancer Act of 1937. In this landmark legislation, NCI was given a mandate to engage in certain fundamental activities: conducting and fostering cancer research; reviewing and approving grant-in-aid applications to support promising research projects on the causes, prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of cancer; collecting, analyzing, and disseminating the results of cancer research conducted in the United States and in other countries; and providing training and instruction in the diagnosis and treatment of cancer. Over the years, NCI has evolved into the world's pre-eminent cancer research organization.

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