National Cancer Institute

FY 2013 Research Funding by Research Topic

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
Agent Orange/Dioxin Related $666,753
Aging $75,899,973
Alcoholism Research $630,206
Arctic $1,048,649
Arthritis $1,329,278
Ataxia Telangiectasia $1,791,469
Autoimmune Diseases $8,954,025
Basic Behavioral and Social Science $82,914,564
Behavioral and Social Science $311,388,355
Biochemical Epidemiology $233,491,884
Bioengineering $140,191,873
Bone Marrow Transplantation $48,031,801
Cancer $4,787,897,881
Cancer Survivorship $267,286,380
Cervical Cancer Education $4,537,480
Chemoprevention $115,022,141
Chemotherapy $466,489,513
Childhood Cancers $185,134,664
Chronic Myeloproliferative Disorders $37,051,523
Contraception and Reproduction Research $2,073,979
Depression Research $11,888,939
Diabetes $12,062,691
Digestive Diseases $431,405,040
Down Syndrome $603,633
Gene Therapy $51,944,422
Gene Therapy Clinical Trials $8,361,957
Genetic Testing $63,365,420
Herpes - Genital $65,826
Herpes - Other $44,100,443
Inflammatory Bowel Disease $1,729,700
Interferon $9,068,195
Metastasis $362,002,333
Neurofibromatosis $6,884,265
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Imaging (NMR) $74,999,386
Nursing Oncology $15,375,411
Organ Transplantation Research $59,220,422
Pesticides $1,953,705
Sleep Disorders $6,062,310
Smoking Behavior $77,429,026
Surgery $86,620,804
Taxol $53,683,024
Tuberous Sclerosis $1,952,610