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Page 51 APPENDIX A

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Page 52 TABLE A-1 NCI Funding for Palliative Care Research: Specific Projects Fiscal Year 1999 Total Project $ Percent a $ Relevant to Palliative Care Project Title b 603,532 100 603,532 Inhibition of Postoperative Gynecological Adhesions 364,549 100 364,549 Intelligent Knowledge Base for Cancer Pain Treatment 367,610 100 367,610 Diana2 Computer-Based Teaching of Elder Care 153,918 100 153,918 Palliative Training for Caregivers of Cancer Patients 133,702 100 133,702 Patterns Care for Cancer Patients at End of Life 103,382 100 103,382 Home Based Moderate Exercise for Breast Cancer Patients 117,792 100 117,792 Stress of Cancer Caregiving—Analysis and Intervention 602,537 100 602,537 Family Home Care for Cancer—A Community Based Model 70,464 100 70,464 Clinical Management of Cancer Pain in US Nursing Homes 500,685 100 500,685 Pain Measurement in Bone Marrow Transplantation 162,671 100 162,671 Method for the Analysis of Pain Clinical Trials 413,030 100 413,030 Laboratory Studies of Pain Control Methods 292,011 100 292,011 Cost Effectiveness of Lung Cancer Chemotherapy 360,637 100 360,637 Comparison of Psychosocial Intervention in Breast Cancer 498,233 100 498,233 Self Care Intervention to Control Cancer Pain 540,262 100 540,262 Breast Cancer—Preparing for Survivorship 175,615 100 175,615 Recycling of Urea Nitrogen in Cancer Cachexia 203,436 100 203,436 Adjustment to Breast Cancer 248,889 100 248,889 Clinical Investigations in Hodgkin's Disease 588,097 100 588,097 Cancer Pain and Its Management 1,205,625 100 1,205,625 Maximizing the Therapeutic Index of Childhood ALL 1,778,647 100 1,778,647 CCSP in Head and Neck Cancer Rehabilitation 8,747 100 8,747 Feasibility of Physioacoustic Therapy in Cancer Care 405,116 100 405,116 Pain and the Defense Response 79,000 100 79,000 Home Care Training for Younger Breast Cancer Patients

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Page 53 358,290 100 358,290 A Simulator to Teach Therapeutic Communication Skills 412,812 100 412,812 Facilitating Positive Adaptation to Breast Cancer 416,067 100 416,067 Enhancing Recovery from Blood and Marrow Transplantation 451,385 100 451,385 Computerized Pain Report and Nursing Pain Consult Protocol 350,015 100 350,015 Item Banking and Cat for Quality of Life Outcomes 50,000 100 50,000 Menopausal Symptom Relief for Women with Breast Cancer 100,000 100 100,000 Exercise and Quality of Life in Women with Breast Cancer 99,975 100 99,975 Self Advocacy and Empowerment for Cancer Patients 100,000 100 100,000 Apoptosis Inhibitor for Alopecia Due to Cancer Therapy 99,805 100 99,805 Skin Patches for AIDS Patients 12,405 100 12,405 CCG Nursing Workshop—Challenges in CCG Nursing 74,918 100 74,918 Stress Reduction for Women with Breast Cancer 347,423 100 347,423 Gender Differences in Opioid Analgesia and Side Effects 363,294 100 363,294 Exercise—An Intervention for Fatigue in Cancer Patients 280,410 100 280,410 Cognitive Behavioral Aspects of Cancer Related Fatigue 404,999 100 404,999 Computerized Symptom Report Consult for Cancer Patients 328,624 100 328,624 Endothelin 1 Induced Pain and Metastatic Prostate Cancer 270,936 100 270,936 A Caregiver Intervention to Improve Hospice Outcomes 1,999,999 100 1,999,999 Center for Psycho-oncology Research 249,986 30 74,996 Longitudinal Quality of Life After Marrow Transplant 1,645,030 30 493,509 Epithelial Ovarian Cancer Program Project 2,441,974 30 732,592 Fluorescence Spectroscopy for Cervical Neoplasia 10,000 25 2,500 HIV, Leukemia, and Opportunistic Cancers 584,213 20 116,843 New Approaches to Brain Tumor Therapy CNS Consortium

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Page 54 98,456 20 19,691 New Approaches to Brain Tumor Therapy CNS Consortium 290,809 20 58,162 Synthetic Studies on Tumor Promoters and Inhibitors 14,883 20 2,977 Technical Requirements for Image Guided Spine Procedures 1,578,050 15 236,708 National Black Leadership Initiative on Cancer 250,641 15 37,596 Quality of Life of Gynecologic Cancer Survivors 284,633 15 42,695 Prophylactic Mastectomy in Hereditary Breast Cancer 270,273 5 13,514 Depression, HPA Function and Smoking Abstinence in Women TOTAL   $18,331,326   NOTE: ALL = acute lymphocytic leukemia; CCG = Cancer Center Grant; CCSP = Cancer Control Science Program; CNS = central nervous system; HPA hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal. a NCI estimate of percent of total relevant to palliative care b Grant numbers, principal investigators, and specific instutions have not been listed in this table. SOURCE: Colbert, 2000.

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Page 55 TABLE A-2 NCI Funding for Palliative Care Research: Institutional Grants Fiscal Year 1999 Total Project $ Percent a $ Relevant to Palliative Care Project Title b 1,427,579 21.20 302,647 Great Lakes Regional Center for AIDS Research 1,682,639 21.20 356,719 Robert H Lurie Cancer Center 1,451,421 18.02 261,546 Cancer Center and Research Institute 554,090 10.63 58,900 University of Texas MD Anderson CCOP Research Base 781,064 10.37 80,996 Cancer Center Support Grant (CCSG) 2,018,050 10.00 201,805 SPORE in Breast Cancer 2,449,134 10.00 244,913 Bay Area Breast Cancer Translational Research Program 947,107 10.00 94,711 Cooperative Core Lab and Clinical Nutrition Research Unit 2,671,424 10.00 267,142 SPORE in Breast Cancer 409,734 8.23 33,721 Comprehensive Cancer Center—Wake Forest University Research Base Grant 1,182,855 6.11 72,272 ECOG CCOP Research Base 271,255 6.07 16,465 Scottsdale Community Clinical Oncology Program 209,774 6.07 12,733 San Juan Minority-Based Community Oncology Program 212,744 6.07 12,914 Cedar Rapids Oncology Project 199,707 6.07 12,122 Geisinger Clinical Oncology Program 262,463 6.07 15,932 Illinois Oncology Research Association CCOP 252,539 6.06 15,304 CCOP 218,728 6.06 13,255 Oklahoma CCOP 881,850 6.06 53,440 Metro Minnesota CCOP 359,450 6.06 21,783 Kalamazoo CCOP 481,448 6.06 29,176 Northern New Jersey Community Oncology Program 108,209 6.05 6,547 University of Michigan CCOP Research Base 455,553 6.05 27,561 CCOP—Colorado Cancer Research Program 269,121 6.05 16,282 Mainline Health CCOP 350,001 6.05 21,175 Toledo CCOP 424,715 6.05 25,695 Marshfield CCOP 483,525 6.05 29,253 Duluth CCOP 563,042 6.05 34,064 Carle Cancer Center CCOP 397,585 6.05 24,054 Meritcare Hospital CCOP 402,567 6.05 24,355 Sioux Community Cancer Consortium 359,785 6.04 21,731 Missouri Valley Cancer Consortium CCOP 399,670 6.04 24,140 Ann Arbor Regional CCOP 393,221 6.04 23,751 Ochsner CCOP 335,086 6.04 20,239 Iowa Oncology Research Association

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Page 56 505,639 6.00 30,338 Clinical Oncology Program 350,433 6.00 21,026 Kansas City CCOP 273,234 6.00 16,394 University of Illinois Minority Based CCOP 445,098 6.00 26,706 Scott and White CCOP 434,322 6.00 26,059 Greenville, South Carolina CCOP 150,185 6.00 9,011 Gynecologic Oncology Group 296,456 6.00 17,787 Montana Cancer Consortium 185,244 6.00 11,115 Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital Regional CCOP 361,602 6.00 21,696 Hawaii Minority Based CCOP 301,593 6.00 18,096 South Texas Pediatric Minority Based CCOP 184,797 6.00 11,088 Minority Based Clinical Oncology Program 1,035,721 6.00 62,143 Southeast Cancer Control Consortium Inc. 500,180 6.00 30,011 Central Illinois CCOP 451,849 6.00 27,111 Mount Sinai CCOP 304,404 6.00 18,264 Tumor Institute CCOP 847,078 6.00 50,825 CCOP Research Base 165,969 6.00 9,958 CCSG Research Base for CCOP 501,148 6.00 30,069 Pediatric Oncology Group as a CCOP Research Base 510,286 6.00 30,617 Community Clinical Oncology Program 460,201 6.00 27,612 Southern Nevada Cancer Research Foundation CCOP 550,206 6.00 33,012 Northwest CCOP 761,255 6.00 45,675 North Shore CCOP 293,899 6.00 17,634 Greater Phoenix CCOP 462,893 6.00 27,774 Columbus CCOP 286,396 6.00 17,184 CCOP 266,547 6.00 15,993 Florida Pediatric CCOP 551,590 6.00 33,095 Upstate Carolina CCOP 3,877,581 6.00 232,655 CCOP—Biostatistical Center 405,949 6.00 24,357 Louisiana State University Medical Center Minority-Based CCOP 368,614 6.00 22,117 Virginia Commonwealth University Minority-Based CCOP 1,134,032 6.00 68,042 Cancer and Leukemia Group B CCOP Research Base 11,242,692 6.00 674,562 Southwest Oncology Group—CCOP Research Base 519,100 6.00 31,146 CCOP Research Base 1,568,634 6.00 94,118 CCOP 9,772,324 6.00 586,339 CCOP 240,240 6.00 14,414 Baptist Cancer Institute CCOP 406,637 6.00 24,398 Ozarks Regional CCOP 481,158 6.00 28,869 Atlanta Regional CCOP

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Page 57 553,267 6.00 33,196 Christiana Care CCOP 425,939 6.00 25,556 Syracuse Hematology-Oncology CCOP 509,387 6.00 30,563 Columbia River Oncology Program 260,360 6.00 15,622 St Louis/Cape Girardeau CCOP 187,892 6.00 11,274 Green Mountain Oncology Group 400,043 6.00 24,003 Dayton Clinical Oncology Program 3,660,649 5.71 209,023 CCSG 6,026,463 4.63 279,025 Cancer Center Support (Core) Grant 6,756,815 3.34 225,678 Cancer Center Support 3,092,697 3.32 102,678 Cancer Center Core Support Grant 1,256,873 2.84 35,695 Cancer Center Support Grant 854,004 2.23 19,044 Cancer Center of Wake Forest University 5,818,218 1.37 79,710 CCSG 3,194,572 0.60 19,167 Cancer Center 2,056,974 0.44 9,051 CCSG 2,551,080 0.43 10,970 CCSG 2,220,205 0.41 9,103 Yale Comprehensive Cancer Center 4,876,435 0.30 14,629 Regional Oncology Research Center 3,510,542 0.21 7,372 CCSG 202,113 0.11 222 Genetic Markers for Therapy of Colon Cancer 2,640,213 0.11 2,904 ECOG Statistical Center—Data Management Office 2,329,568 0.11 2,563 ECOG Statistical Office 6,944,062 0.11 7,638 ECOG Operations Office 154,596 0.11 170 ECOG Institution Grant 181,018 0.11 199 ECOG 366,391 0.11 403 ECOG 281,735 0.11 310 ECOG 234,810 0.11 258 ECOG 446,441 0.11 491 ECOG 547,877 0.11 603 ECOG —Wisconsin Studies 393,987 0.11 433 ECOG Clinical Trials 286,855 0.11 316 ECOG 391,656 0.11 431 ECOG 170,319 0.11 187 ECOG 335,704 0.11 369 ECOG Studies 206,311 0.11 227 ECOG 426,499 0.11 469 ECOG 345,144 0.11 380 ECOG 742,780 0.11 817 ECOG Chair's Office 146,456 0.11 161 ECOG 3,001,469 0.05 1,501 University of Michigan Cancer Center

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Page 58 2,865,494 0.02 573 American College of Surgeons Oncology Trials Group 824,877 0.02 165 Quality Assurance Review Center (QARC) 401,529 0.02 80 EORTC Data Center 735,000 0.02 147 Radiological Physics Center 2,803,329 0.02 561 CCSG TOTAL   6,148,591   NOTE: CCOP = Community Clinical Oncology Program; CCSG = Cancer Center Support Grant; ECOG = Eastern Cooperative Oncology Group; EORTC = European Organization for Research and Treatment of Cancer; SPORE = Specialized Program of Research Excellence. a NCI estimate of percent of total relevant to palliative care b Grant numbers, principal investigators, and specific instutions have not been listed in this table. SOURCE: Colbert, 2000.