Toward Precision
Cancer Surveillance

Purpose of This Blog

In this blog, we share updates with our many stakeholders about initiatives that the Surveillance Research Program (SRP) is spearheading to bring the nation closer to a complete and detailed understanding of the cancer burden. The blog's commentaries report on key collaborations and other efforts that aim to build an increasingly powerful and useful cancer surveillance infrastructure. We also highlight methods and technologies that are and will be essential for rapidly collecting, analyzing, interpreting, sharing, and applying cancer surveillance data.

This blog reflects SRP's research priorities, and is intended to further SRP's mission. In view of the national Precision Medicine Initiative and Cancer Moonshot, this is a critical time for the cancer community to focus on precision cancer surveillance.

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Frequency of Blog Articles

Every effort will be made to post new blog articles in a timely manner. We intend to post new articles approximately once per month.

Privacy

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This blog's articles do not necessarily reflect those of the NCI, or of the federal government.

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Dispute Resolution Mechanism

If you believe that this blog has collected incorrect information or if you would like to dispute any information, please contact us at the following:

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National Cancer Institute

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Any Questions or Comments?

If you have any questions or comments about this blog, please e-mail Trish Murphy at patricia.murphy@nih.gov