The AACR provides a wealth of authoritative information on the research aimed at eradicating cancer to a wide variety of audiences ranging from scientists and clinicians to patients, survivors, caregivers, and policymakers.
The AACR's portfolio of
eight peer-reviewed journals provides scientists with a respected platform to present the research findings that are setting the pace in the oncology field.
Cancer Today offers information and inspiration to those living with cancer and to their loved ones. The annual
AACR Cancer Progress Report highlights the latest advances made by cancer researchers toward finding cures.
Published quarterly by the AACR,
Cancer Today is the authoritative resource for patients, survivors, and caregivers.
Cancer Today empowers readers with reliable reporting on the latest advances in cancer research; practical advice for living life as a cancer patient or survivor; guidance on being an active partner in one's treatment; candid stories about patients, survivors, and caregivers dealing with the disease; and thoughtful examinations of efforts to overcome obstacles to quality cancer care.
To subscribe or to sign up for the monthly e-newsletter, please visit
Cancer Today's website.
AACR Cancer Progress Report
AACR Cancer Progress Report is a comprehensive tool that illustrates the nation's return on investments in cancer research.
The report is an educational document for both Congress and the public. It is a call to action, designed to urge Congress and the American public to stand firm in their commitment to the eradication of cancer.
AACR Cancer Progress Report 2015 details how federal investments in the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the National Cancer Institute (NCI) transform lives by fueling advances against cancer. The report also calls on the administration and Congress to prioritize the growth of the NIH and NCI budgets at a predictable and robust pace.
As part of the AACR's mission to accelerate the growth and spread of new research findings among scientists, it publishes a portfolio of highly ranked,
peer-reviewed journals that present leading research articles:
Biomarkers & Prevention,
Cancer Prevention Research,
Clinical Cancer Research,
Molecular Cancer Research, and
Molecular Cancer Therapeutics, and Cancer Immunology Research.
The AACR's scientific breadth and excellence continue to attract the premier researchers in the field, and the AACR journals rank in the top 30 percent of oncology journals with regard to a key publishing metric, the Impact Factor, in the latest
Thomson Reuters' Journal Citation Report (2014).
patientACCESS® is a program that provides patients and caregivers with low- or no-cost access to medical research articles. The AACR is pleased to participate in this initiative and offers caregivers, patients, and their families access to the AACR's online journal content for a nominal fee.