8/3/17
There is a great deal of evidence now that diet affects cancer risk. That connection wasn’t obvious, though, in the 1950s, when Buffalo-born researcher L. Saxon Graham began breaking new ground in cancer epidemiology. Over the next half-century, Graham contributed some of the most important research on diet and cancer.
8/3/17
The Saxon Graham Lectureship honors the life and legacy of a man known as one of the fathers of U.S. chronic disease epidemiology.
8/3/17
The 11th Annual Saxon Graham Lecture was presented by Julie Mares, PhD, MSPH, on Friday, March 3, 2017.