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Reminder: Top Physician-Scientists Discuss State of Cancer Research at Damon Runyon Cancer Research Foundation Symposium
Date:4/23/2009

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The symposium marks the 10th anniversary of the prestigious Damon Runyon Clinical Investigator Award, which addresses the critical demand for physicians capable of translating scientific discovery into new breakthroughs for cancer patients.

Media coverage of this event is encouraged.

    Contact:
    Catherine Bright
    Damon Runyon Cancer Research Foundation
    212.455.0506 or catherine.bright@damonrunyon.org

    Bill Silberg
    New York Academy of Sciences
    212.298.8646 or BSilberg@nyas.org

To see the event detail page, including agenda, speaker bios, scientific advisory committee and sign-up info, go to www.nyas.org/damonrunyon

Damon Runyon Cancer Research Foundation

The Damon Runyon Cancer Research Foundation's mission is to find the most brilliant and promising scientists and provide them with funding to pursue innovative research that will eliminate cancer as a deadly disease. Our strategy is to:

  • Recruit the best and brightest early-career scientists into cancer research.
  • Accelerate the translation of scientific discoveries into new diagnostic tools and treatments.
  • Enable risk-taking on bold new ideas.

Eleven scientists supported by the Foundation have received the Nobel Prize. Since 1946, the Foundation has invested over $220 million and funded more than 3,200 scientists.

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