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November 7, 2011 | 1 minute read

AICR Research Conference Making Headlines

We’ve had a busy last few days, as news from our press event coinciding with AICR’s Annual Research Conference got some high-profile coverage.

CNN’s Elizabeth Cohen did a great in-depth piece about the new findings on activity, sedentary behavior and cancer.  Watch the story here.

Really nice Canadian piece on CTV.

ABC News

CBS News

The Washington Post

WebMD

Scientific American

Got some interesting blog coverage, too:

Gawker

Gizmodo

AICR’s Alice Bender, MS, RD was interviewed on DC’s local FOX affiliate.

The story’s been picked up by over a hundred other news and print outlets in the last few days, and is still going strong.

Have you seen the story popping up in any strange/surprising places? Let us know in the comments.

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