The National Cancer Institute will award $95 million in five-year grants for efforts to reduce cancer deaths among minorities and the poor through healthier lifestyles, smoking cessation and early detection. Twenty organizations have been selected to participate, with up to five more expected to be named in the coming weeks. HHS' news release on the program lists the awardees. -- by Tony Fong
Grants target cancer deaths among minorities, poor
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