Our Cancer Research
On The Leading Edge
AICR’s research focuses on how food, nutrition, physical activity and weight management affect the prevention, treatment and survival of cancer.
We were the first cancer charity to fund research into diet and cancer and translate the results into practical information for the public.
We were the first cancer charity to issue recommendations for cancer prevention based on a comprehensive review of the global research.
Researchers talk about AICR's impact, watch the videos >>
- Robert Chapkin on the role AICR has played in his career.
- Richard Niles on AICR as the leader in nutrition and cancer research.
- Steven Clinton on AICR’s influence on his work.
- Richard Rivlin praises AICR’s early focus on the diet-cancer link.
- Richard Eckert AICR’s history of cutting-edge research.
Learn more about the links between the choices we make and cancer risk.
Search our funded research, meet past grantees and research fellows.
Read profiles of our grantees and their exciting work.
What do we know and how do we know it? What should you look for in media reports about diet and cancer?
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Dr. Robert Chapkin of Texas A & M University on the role AICR has played in his career.
Dr. Richard Niles on AICR as the leader in nutrition and cancer research.
Dr. Steven Clinton, Ohio State, on AICR’s influence on his work.
Dr. Richard Rivlin on AICR's leading role in nutrition and cancer prevention
Dr. Richard Eckert on the importance of AICR's research.
Published on December 4, 2012