AACR, Bayer partner to expand Simple Cancer Research Fellowship Program for 2015 The American Association for Tumor Research and Bayer HealthCare are pleased to announce a fresh partnership which will expand AACR's Basic Cancer Analysis Fellowship Program for 2015. The AACR-Bayer HealthCare Simple Cancer Study Fellowships represent a joint effort to provide important support to postdoctoral and scientific fellows conducting basic cancer research at the earliest stages of their careers. Two fellowships are being provided through this partnership. The AACR is excited to partner with Bayer to help young scientists develop their careers and to broaden our fundamental knowledge of cancer through preliminary research, said Mitch Stoller, executive director of the AACR Basis.The vaccine source distribution question, developing our plans for distributing vaccine, is very maddening, stated Oklahoma epidemiologist Kristy Bradley. Logistics are challenging. Oklahoma City’s public universities have 37,000 children – and just 31 nurses to provide the vaccine, Strassmann reviews. Another obstacle? Public level of resistance, despite reassurance from health officials the vaccine can be safe. We have to convince the visitors to bring their kids to us, says Debby Johnson of Oklahoma City Public Schools. Wellness officials also said more data is definitely trickling in from several medical trials of the brand new vaccine, and so far no serious unwanted effects have been reported.