A flurry of new research findings on a vaccine that prevents persistent infections by cancer-causing types of the human papillomavirus (HPV) has confirmed the vaccine's efficacy and opened new avenues for research. The results, published in three separate reports, suggest that the vaccine could be simpler to administer and more affordable than researchers had thought previously—and the vaccine may also have unexpected benefits. Read more > >
The director of NCI's new Center for Global Health explains why the center was formed and discusses the institute's global strategy for engaging the research community and other partners worldwide to ensure that cancer research has a global reach.
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Selected articles from past issues of the NCI Cancer Bulletin are available in Spanish.
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