Notes from the Field

AICR-supported scientists come from universities, research centers and universities across the country. Here are some of their stories.

Henk DeFeyter
Scientist in the Spotlight: Henk De Feyter
An AICR-funded researcher, Henk De Feyter, PhD, uses a novel imaging technique called magnetic resonance (MR) spectroscopy to better understand how metabolic changes and diet may help treat brain tumors.

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Meet Our 2015 Grantees
Meet our new grantees and get to know the research you helped fund! Their studies hold promise for making a real difference in how to prevent and survive cancer.

All 2015 Grantees
Meet our 2015 Grantees
How can what you eat and how much you weigh affect inflammation, cancer development, and prognosis? How do compounds found in tomatoes, broccoli, and soy affect your cancer risk? Our new grantees are investigating.

Scientist in the Spotlight: Susan R. Sturgeon
An AICR grantee, Susan R. Sturgeon is working on identifying prevention strategies for hormonally related cancers in women, including breast cancer, and she is particularly interested in nutritional interventions.

Colon Cancer Cell
Lab Study Suggests Low Vitamin D Spurs Oral Cell Growth
A study funded by AICR focusing on oral cancers has found that - in mice - consuming a diet low in vitamin D results in cell proliferation, a hallmark of cancer development.

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