|New from NCI|
|NIH’s All of Us Program Seeking Input on Research Priorities|
| ||Want to help researchers learn more about why people get sick or stay healthy? If so, share your ideas to make the “All of Us” Research Program the best resource it can be. Submit your ideas by February 23.|
|Cancer and Aging: Charting a Way Forward|
| ||Like many areas of research NCI supports, the link between age and cancer is a complex topic with no simple answers. Read the perspective of NCI Director Dr. Norman Sharpless on this area of research.|
|Seeking Answers to Hearing Loss Caused by Cisplatin|
Findings from a new study may explain why many patients treated with cisplatin develop hearing loss and could point toward potential ways to prevent it.
|Cancer of the Lower Stomach in Younger Americans|
| ||A type of cancer that occurs in the lower stomach shows a surprising trend among some Americans under the age of 50.|
|Study Looks at Differences in Lung Tumors of African Americans and Whites|
A new study aimed at understanding why lung cancer occurs more frequently among African American men has found a potential clue.
|PDQ Summary Updates|
|Treatment of Head and Neck Cancer in Children and Adolescents|
We’ve made it easier to find information about head and neck cancers in children and adolescents. This page lists individual summaries about treatment for different types of childhood head and neck cancer.
|Drug Information Updates|
|Olaparib Use in Breast Cancer|
We’ve updated our drug information summary for olaparib (Lynparza). It was recently approved by FDA to treat breast cancer in patients with BRCA1 or BRCA2 gene mutations.
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