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The application deadline is Wednesday, October 15, 2003. Details about the Fellows Grant and the nomination process are located on the AACR Website at http://www.aacr.org.

Through this new source of funding, the AACR and The William S. Graham Foundation for Melanoma Research seek to encourage the mentorship of senior scientists, to support talented early-careers scientists in making the transition to junior faculty status, and to promote the pursuit of innovative and promising melanoma research. The AACR is pleased to co-sponsor this exciting new program with the William S. Graham Foundation for Melanoma Research, Inc. "The Billy Foundation," as it is fondly called, raises funds in support of research designated to finding the cure for the later stages of the deadly disease, malignant melanoma; to educate the public regarding the cause and prevention; and through specific public awareness programs, to assist in the early detection of this insidious, potentially lethal cancer.


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Contact: Sheri Ozard
ozard@aacr.org
215-440-9300
American Association for Cancer Research
27-Aug-2003


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