Cancer Information Resources

The informational resource links listed below provide access to a broad range of information about cancer prevention, treatment, and survival.

Presentation Resources

NRG Oncology PowerPoint and poster templates are required for presentations involving the group's research results and programmatic information. The links to these materials are provided below.

NRG Oncology PowerPoint and poster templates are required for presentations involving the  group's research results and programmatic information. The links to these materials are provided below.

PowerPoint Presentation Templates
PowerPoint Template 16-9 ratio
Powerpoint Template 4-3 ratio

Poster Templates
Poster Template Oblong
Poster Template Square

NRG branded backgrounds for Virtual Meetings


NCI/CTEP Registration & Credential Repository (RCR)

The CTEP RCR resource page is live and there are updates to the CTEP-IAM page. The URLs for each webpage are listed below.

IAM Page:

Click here for further information.
Click here for slides from the presentation at the 2017 NRG Oncology Meeting (v. Aug 28, 2017; posted Sept 14, 2017)
CTSU April 2017 Newsletter Excerpt

NRG Oncology Informational Videos

Learn about the NRG Oncology committees, operations, and more in our informational videos. 

Legacy Group Websites

The links to the right are to each of the three legacy group websites.

Here is the link to Web Menu (SEDES)

Families Accelerating Cascade Testing Toolkit

FORCE is the only national nonprofit organization devoted to hereditary breast and ovarian cancer. Our mission includes support, education, advocacy, awareness, and research.

National Society of Genetic Counselors: Find a Genetic Counselor
FIND A GENETIC COUNSELOR. The Find a Genetic Counselor directory offers access to over 3,300 genetic counselors (US and Canada). Check with your insurance company to verify coverage of genetic counseling, testing and authorized providers.

Lynch Syndrome International
Lynch Syndrome is a hereditary disorder caused by a mutation in a mismatch repair gene in which affected individuals have a higher than normal chance of developing colorectal cancer, endometrial cancer, and various other types of aggressive cancers, often at a young age – also called hereditary nonpolyposis colon cancer.

Take Control - Prevention - Siteman Cancer Center
The power of healthy living is hard to overestimate. A large percentage of cancers and many other chronic diseases can be prevented by things like eating a healthy diet, getting regular exercise, keeping weight in check, and getting important screening tests.

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