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Isabel’s Story: How she and her family learned about osteoporosis and bone health. NIAMS

This is a story about Isabel and how she and her family learned about osteoporosis and bone health.

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Childhood Cancer Genomics Gaps and Opportunities: Identification of Research Priorities Workshop Summary NCI

NCI convened a workshop of representative research teams that have been leaders in defining the genomic landscape of childhood cancers to discuss the influence of genomic discoveries on the future of childhood cancer research.

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Planning for the Future—How NCI Gives Cancer Survivors Hope for a Family NCI

NCI Story of Discovery portrays how fertility preservation research aids cancer survivors and supports families.

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Diversity Training Programs NCI

The Center for Cancer Training (CCT) Intramural Diversity Workforce Branch (IDWB) attracts, recruits, and fosters a community of scientists from diverse backgrounds, and supports them through onboarding and mentoring. The branch also develops and implements activities and programs to create a lasting culture of inclusion.

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NCI-Molecular Analysis for Therapy Choice Program (NCI-MATCH) NCI

Information about the NCI-Molecular Analysis for Therapy Choice (NCI-MATCH) Program, in which researchers will examine tumor tissue from patients with advanced solid tumors and lymphomas that have stopped responding to treatment

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Where Trials Take Place NCI

Information about the various settings in which cancer clinical trials take place.

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Research Team Members NCI

Information about the different types of experts involved in designing and running a clinical trial.

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Placebo NCI

Information about placebos and their role in cancer clinical trials.

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Randomization and Bias in Cancer Clinical Trials NCI

Information about randomization and bias in cancer clinical trials.

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Phases of Clinical Trials NCI

Information about the phases of cancer clinical trials. If a new treatment is successful in one phase, it will proceed to further testing in the next phase.

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Types of Clinical Trials NCI

Information about the several types of cancer clinical trials, including treatment trials, prevention trials, screening trials, supportive and palliative care trials. Each type of trial is designed to answer different research questions.

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What Are Clinical Trials? NCI

Information covering the basics of cancer clinical trials, including what they are, where they take place, and the types of clinical trials. Also, explains phases, randomization, placebo, and members of the research team.

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Pregnancy Problems? Boost the Chance of Having a Baby NIH

For those who dream of being parents, pregnancy problems can be tremendously frustrating and disappointing. In recent decades, scientists have developed a wide range of approaches to help struggling couples have healthy babies. And NIH-funded studies are continuing to search for even better ways to overcome the challenges of infertility.

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Pregnancy Problems? Boost the Chance of Having a Baby NIH

For those who dream of being parents, pregnancy problems can be tremendously frustrating and disappointing. In recent decades, scientists have developed a wide range of approaches to help struggling couples have healthy babies. And NIH-funded studies are continuing to search for even better ways to overcome the challenges of infertility.

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Minding Your Metabolism - Can You Avoid Middle-Age Spread? NIH

As you age, you may notice you have less muscle and energy and more fat. Carrying those extra pounds may be harming your health. It’s easy to be confused by advice about diet and exercise, but they’re key to avoiding weight gain as you get older.

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