publication date: Sep. 1, 2017
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Peter Pisters, a sarcoma and pancreatic cancer surgeon and an MD Anderson expat who serves as president and CEO of University Health Network of Toronto, is set to become the fifth president of the Houston-based cancer center.
Pisters was chosen by the UT System Board of Regents at a special meeting Aug. 25.
NCI is asking for $6.38 billion for fiscal year 2019—nearly $1 billion, or 12 percent, above FY17 appropriation levels—to fully fund promising research areas.
The institute’s FY19 professional judgment budget proposal, also known as the Bypass Budget, is a unique authority established by the National Cancer Act of 1971.
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