The new Zodiac dates for cancer survivors and their families are set to be announced today, as the Cancer Research Foundation has confirmed the dates of some of the world’s most celebrated cancer scientists, the Times of America has reported.
Among those named as co-authors of the new cancer date book are researchers in the fields of genetics, cancer and molecular biology.
The Cancer Research Institute, which is affiliated with the National Institutes of Health (NIH), will publish the dates in December 2019.
The dates will be based on information from more than 1,000 cancer researchers, as well as thousands of cancer survivors.
They will include scientists who have been in the field of cancer research for at least a decade, and who have published in journals that are accepted by the National Cancer Institute, the NIH, the US National Institutes for Health (NIAID) and the European Society of Clinical Oncology.
Dr. Ananth Jain, the founder of the Institute, has been one of the first to publish the cancer dates, which are the result of the collaboration between the Cancer Consortium of America and the University of California, San Francisco.
Dr Ananth is known as one of India’s leading cancer researchers for developing a novel treatment for advanced colorectal cancer.
He has been leading the research project, which has been launched in collaboration with Indian pharmaceutical company Humira, in the past five years.
Dr Jain has also developed an innovative test to diagnose colorerectal cancer, which will be available on the Zodiac Cancer date book.
He is also one of five co-founders of the Cancer Foundation of India.
Dr Jagadish Choudhury, director of the Centre for Cancer Research, is one of nine co-chairs of the cancer date project.
He has been a professor of pathology and cancer pathology at the University, Kanpur, in India since 2009.
He was also director of pathology at Delhi’s Tata Memorial Institute.
Dr Choudy has also been a cancer survivor, having survived a heart attack and stroke in 1999.
His wife, Sita, is a survivor of lung cancer, and they have two children.
Dr M.K. Bhargava, director, Institute of Molecular Medicine, has a long history in the Indian scientific community, having been appointed to the position of Head of Cancer Epidemiology at the National Institute of Medical Sciences, Chennai, in 2014.
Dr Bhargavas research on cancer biology and on cancer immunology, published in the journal Molecular Medicine in 2014, has inspired the Cancer Genetics book.
Dr K. Venkatesh, professor of biochemistry and biophysics at the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, has also authored several cancer cancer date books.
He worked on cancer pathology, molecular biology, biochemistry, cytogenetics, and on the immune system in India and the United States.
The new Cancer date books are based on an international consensus group of cancer scientists.
They were developed to provide cancer survivors with a new way of accessing scientific data, the Cancer Prevention Foundation said in a statement.
The cancer date research project is supported by the Global Cancer Research Initiative (GCRI), an initiative of the Global Alliance for Cancer Prevention.
The GCRI’s mission is to accelerate research into a wide range of disease causes.
The GCRI is led by Dr Venkatsruth Raghavendra, a professor in the School of Science at IIT-Bombay, and Dr Nandan Pandey, a former chief scientist of the World Health Organization (WHO) and a professor at the School for Advanced Science and Engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.