The National Press Foundation is pleased to announce the recipients of 20 fellowships to explore the latest advances in cancer research and treatment. The fellows represent the range of print, online and broadcast news sources, and they come from markets around the U.S. Selected from a competitive pool, the journalists have a demonstrated interest in reporting on cancer issues.
 
The session will be held at NPF’s offices in Washington, D.C., from Jan. 17-20, 2016. Over those four days, NPF fellows will talk – on the record — with experts in cancer screening, treatment and survival; they will also explore immunotherapies and other new drugs, as well as the cost of care and end-of-life decisions. They’ll leave with a solid list of new sources, resources and story ideas.
The program is funded by an unrestricted educational grant from Bayer.
Recipients of the all-expenses-paid fellowships are:
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Sylvia Carignan
The Frederick News-Post
Haley Hernandez
KPRC
Alexandra Ossola
Freelance journalist
Lynne Terry
The Oregonian/OregonLive
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Jacqueline Cutler
New York Daily News
Alex Lash
Xconomy
Hilary Powell
Freelance journalist
Wes Venteicher
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
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Laura Garcia
Victoria Advocate
Naseem Miller
Orlando Sentinel
Adam Smeltz
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
David Wahlberg
Wisconsin State Journal
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Lisa Garza
Reuters
Elyse Moody
Hearst Magazines
Gabriel Spitzer
KPLU
Paula Wolfson
WTOP
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Carey Goldberg
WBUR
Amy Nordrum
International
Business Times
Theresa Sullivan-Barger
Freelance journalist
Lina Zeldovich
Freelance journalist