Vice President Biden Closes AACR Meeting With Discussion of Cooperation, Incentives in Research | GenomeWeb

NEW ORLEANS (GenomeWeb) – As the keynote speaker for the closing plenary session of the American Association for Cancer Research annual meeting on Wednesday, Vice President Joe Biden lauded the work of the assembled researchers, spoke about what he's heard from researchers and government officials around the world, and laid out six suggestions for ways to change the way cancer research is funded, shared, and disseminated.

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