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American Cancer Society Clinical Awards.—
The American Cancer Society is proud to announce its Clinical Awards for 1993 funding: the Clinical Oncology Fellowship (COF) and the Clinical Oncology Career Development Award (CDA). The COF is a 1-year institutional award intended to support a multidisciplinary training experience for physicians and dentists preparing for a leadership career in academic oncology. The fellowship is expected to provide unique training in addition to that which is normally provided in post-graduate training programs designed to fulfill requirements of specialty boards. The COF stipend is $10 000 per year. The CDA is a 3-year award given to promising junior faculty who will pursue academic careers in clinical oncology. A successful application must describe in detail a supervised program that will develop the candidate's clinical expertise and his or her capacity to perform independent clinical/laboratory research. The annual stipend for the CDA is $25 000 for the
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