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Patients as Partners in Discovery and Progress

The National Cancer Act of 1971 signified a national commitment to fighting cancer, and each patient, caregiver, and survivor plays a vital role in understanding and treating this disease. Through their contributions to prevention and treatment development, clinical trials, research data, and more, patients and survivors are helping us realize the promise of precision medicine and changing what it means to be diagnosed with cancer.

Patients as Partners in Discovery and Progress

Through their contributions, patients and survivors are helping us move cancer research forward and changing what it means to have cancer.