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NBC5 Covers Cancer Convergence Conference, Quotes Holcombe

October 27, 2022 by Lucy Gardner Carson

(OCTOBER 27, 2022) NBC5, WCAX, and other media covered the annual Cancer Convergence Conference, which brought experts from around the country and the world to UVM and featured a Careers in Cancer event for local high school students.

Randall Holcombe, M.D., M.B.A.

(OCTOBER 27, 2022) NBC5, WCAX, and other media covered the annual Cancer Convergence Conference, a national cancer research event co-hosted by the UVM Cancer Center and the National Science Foundation-sponsored Cancer Convergence Education Network, that brought experts from around the country and the world to UVM. “Integrating interdisciplinary approaches to cancer research -- the ‘convergence’ of the conference’s title -- is prompting new questions, setting new research directions, and providing researchers with new technologies that are already leading to new cancer treatments and cures,” said Randall Holcombe, M.D., M.B.A., director of the UVM Cancer Center. About 100 students from five local high schools participated in a half-day Careers in Cancer event designed to provide a sneak peek at the future of cancer research while inspiring the next generation of students in Vermont.


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NBC5 Covers Cancer Convergence Conference, Quotes Holcombe

October 27, 2022 by Lucy Gardner Carson

(OCTOBER 27, 2022) NBC5, WCAX, and other media covered the annual Cancer Convergence Conference, which brought experts from around the country and the world to UVM and featured a Careers in Cancer event for local high school students.

Randall Holcombe, M.D., M.B.A.

(OCTOBER 27, 2022) NBC5, WCAX, and other media covered the annual Cancer Convergence Conference, a national cancer research event co-hosted by the UVM Cancer Center and the National Science Foundation-sponsored Cancer Convergence Education Network, that brought experts from around the country and the world to UVM. “Integrating interdisciplinary approaches to cancer research -- the ‘convergence’ of the conference’s title -- is prompting new questions, setting new research directions, and providing researchers with new technologies that are already leading to new cancer treatments and cures,” said Randall Holcombe, M.D., M.B.A., director of the UVM Cancer Center. About 100 students from five local high schools participated in a half-day Careers in Cancer event designed to provide a sneak peek at the future of cancer research while inspiring the next generation of students in Vermont.


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