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DCP Programs and Resources

The NCI Division of Cancer Prevention plans, directs, implements, and monitors clinical and laboratory research focused on cancer risk predictors, chemoprevention, early detection, and supportive care.

Research Groups
There are 11 Research Groups in DCP. Each one is dedicated to supporting defined areas of cancer prevention science. They are: Basic Science, Biometry, Cancer Biomarkers, Chemoprevention Agent Development, Community Oncology and Prevention Trials, Early Detection, Nutritional Science, Breast and Gynecologic Cancer, Gastrointestinal and Other Cancers, Lung and Upper Aerodigestive Cancer, and Prostate and Urologic Cancer.

Major Programs
Major division programs include: Clinical Trials; Community Clinical Oncology Program; Early Detection Research Network; and Rapid Access to Preventive Intervention Development (RAPID) Program.

Program and Project Portfolio
View a listing of all active grants and contracts for each Research Group with funding activities. Information is from NCI’s Cancer Research Portfolio.

Resources for Investigators
This section directs researchers to information about prevention agents, statistical software, clinical trials management and more.

This section contains a bibliography of relevant scientific papers, DCP reports, and archives.