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Who We Are

The Center for Cancer Research (CCR) is the basic and clinical intramural research program of the National Cancer Institute. Read more about who we areright arrow

How We Work

CCR’s mission is to inform and empower the entire cancer research community by making breakthrough discoveries in basic and clinical cancer research and by developing them into novel therapeutic interventions for adults and children afflicted with cancer or infected with HIV/AIDS. Read more about how we workright arrow

What We Do

CCR’s translational infrastructure creates an environment that integrates basic and clinical research teams at CCR with expertise of other NIH scientists and partners in academia and industry. Read more about what we doright arrow

How We Care for Our Patients

The CCR Clinical Program combines insights from preclinical disease models with science-based, precision medical approaches to human clinical trials. Read more about how we care for our patientsright arrow

What We have Accomplished

CCR researchers lead outstanding investigator-initiated studies and are active in extensive and borderless collaborations. Read more about the scientific accomplishmentsright arrow

How We Move Discoveries to Patients

CCR scientific teams translate new discoveries and inventions into effective therapies, approaches, and technologies for detecting, diagnosing, and treating cancer and HIV/AIDS patients. Read more about how we move discoveries to patientsright arrow

How We Train the Next Generation of Investigators

Training the next generation of investigators in basic, interdisciplinary, and translational cancer research is a priority of the CCR. Read more about how we train the next generation of investigatorsright arrow

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