National Cancer Institute

FY 2013 Research Funding by Cancer Type

For fiscal year 2013, the budget of the National Cancer Institute (NCI) was $4.79 billion. This reflects a 5.5% decrease compared to fiscal year 2012.

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Cancer Type Funded Amount
Anus $5,027,388
Bladder $20,320,764
Brain $171,170,883
Breast $559,172,103
Buccal Cavity $12,447,449
Central Nervous System - Not Including Brain $5,586,606
Cervical Cancer $63,410,873
Childhood Leukemia $57,019,078
Colon/Rectum $238,292,768
Esophagus $26,505,218
Eye $3,405,172
Gallbladder $566,741
Heart $2,233,287
Hodgkins disease $14,462,418
Kaposi Sarcoma $21,788,429
Kidney Cancer $45,589,825
Kidney Disease $48,476,842
Larynx $1,476,222
Leukemia $234,861,010
Liver Cancer $63,977,360
Lung $285,910,536
Melanoma $122,492,279
Multiple Myeloma $45,403,998
Nervous System $27,148,695
Neuroblastoma $18,808,908
Non Hodgkins Lymphoma $113,698,866
Ovarian Cancer $100,558,561
Pancreas $101,936,107
Parathyroid $203,368
Penis $2,726,606
Pharynx $5,205,567
Pituitary $649,567
Prostate $255,612,921
Salivary Glands $542,142
Sarcoma $59,276,593
Stomach $11,243,881
Testes $5,864,134
Thyroid $19,638,769
Urinary System $17,558,503
Uterine $17,802,987
Vaginal $954,516
Vascular Disease $5,294,024
Wilm's Tumor $1,733,899