Collaborative Research

Native American Cancer Prevention

The mission of Native American Cancer Prevention is to alleviate the unequal burden of cancer among Native Americans of the Southwest through research, training and community outreach programs in collaboration with the communities they serve.

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Cancer Prevention Clinical Trials Network

The UArizona Cancer Prevention Clinical Trials Network (CP-CTNet) is composed at the University of Arizona as the Lead Academic Organization along with 12 Affiliated Organizations, working together to perform early-phase clinical trials to determine potential agents that may be further developed for cancer prevention. The network encompasses expertise from diverse fields of medicine for the development of chemoprevention agents.

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Innovative Working Groups

These research programs and developing research programs collaborate concerning a breadth of issues, from benchtop to bedside, involving translational and clinical research with a major emphasis on discovery.. 

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Skin Cancer Institute

The Skin Cancer Institute (SCI) unites the University of Arizona Cancer Center’s many skin cancer prevention endeavors, bringing together innovative research, clinical care, education and community outreach.

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