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January 15, 2020 | 1 minute read

Kelly B. Browning

Kelly B. Browning holds an emeritus position with the American Institute for Cancer Research (AICR).  He is a board member of the World Cancer Research Fund International, a non-profit organization that leads and unifies a global network of cancer prevention charities, including AICR.

Kelly is the former Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer for AICR and was motivated in the early years by the lack of cancer research focused on prevention, in both the public and private sectors.   For nearly four decades he worked to advance the Institute’s research programs relating to how lifestyle factors impact cancer risk and on ways to increase awareness across the country.



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