To date, CPRIT has awarded 1,033 grants totaling more than

To date, CPRIT has awarded 1,033 grants totaling more than $1.57 billion.

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To date, CPRIT has awarded 1,033 grants totaling more than $1.57 billion.

The agency was launched in 2009 after Texas voters overwhelmingly approved a 2007 bond issue committing $3 billion to the fight against cancer.

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“CPRIT’s mission is to reduce the burden of cancer in Texas, and we’re doing just that,” said Wayne Roberts, CPRIT chief executive officer.

“CPRIT funding has put a critical mass of cancer fighting energy into motion across the state – from labs and researchers to companies and prevention programs.

Twenty-one High-Impact/High-Risk grants will contribute major new insights and ideas into the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of cancer.

Additionally, six academic research grants support the recruitment of promising emerging cancer scientists to academic institutions in Texas, including two who will focus on childhood cancer.

They’re now commonly called “community correctional centers,” or “residential rehabilitation centers.” Local, state, and federal agencies run them, as do private subcontractors who get government funding, and nonprofits that rely on contributions.

Thousands of convicted prisoners, who are serving alternative sentences or who have been released early from jail or prison to transition to life on the outside, live in halfway houses.

About the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas Beginning operations in 2009, CPRIT has to date awarded nearly

Thousands of convicted prisoners, who are serving alternative sentences or who have been released early from jail or prison to transition to life on the outside, live in halfway houses.About the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas Beginning operations in 2009, CPRIT has to date awarded nearly $1.57 billion in grants to Texas researchers, institutions and organizations.CPRIT provides funding through its academic research, prevention and product development research programs.Programs made possible with CPRIT funding have reached all 254 counties of the state, brought more than 100 distinguished researchers to Texas, advanced scientific and clinical knowledge, and provided more than 2.8 million life-saving education, training, prevention and early detection services to Texans. Follow CPRIT on twitter.com/CPRITTexas and like CPRIT on facebook.com/CPRITTexas.Not everyone is eligible for release to a halfway house.In 2010, traditional prison cost the federal government about $28,000 per year per inmate, 9.4% more than it costs to place that inmate in one of the contracting halfway houses. 937, 943 (2012).) However, there seems to be little difference in recidivism between incarcerated inmates and those given a spot in a halfway house.

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Thousands of convicted prisoners, who are serving alternative sentences or who have been released early from jail or prison to transition to life on the outside, live in halfway houses.

About the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas Beginning operations in 2009, CPRIT has to date awarded nearly $1.57 billion in grants to Texas researchers, institutions and organizations.

CPRIT provides funding through its academic research, prevention and product development research programs.

Programs made possible with CPRIT funding have reached all 254 counties of the state, brought more than 100 distinguished researchers to Texas, advanced scientific and clinical knowledge, and provided more than 2.8 million life-saving education, training, prevention and early detection services to Texans. Follow CPRIT on twitter.com/CPRITTexas and like CPRIT on facebook.com/CPRITTexas.

Not everyone is eligible for release to a halfway house.

In 2010, traditional prison cost the federal government about $28,000 per year per inmate, 9.4% more than it costs to place that inmate in one of the contracting halfway houses. 937, 943 (2012).) However, there seems to be little difference in recidivism between incarcerated inmates and those given a spot in a halfway house.

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Thousands of convicted prisoners, who are serving alternative sentences or who have been released early from jail or prison to transition to life on the outside, live in halfway houses.

About the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas Beginning operations in 2009, CPRIT has to date awarded nearly $1.57 billion in grants to Texas researchers, institutions and organizations.

CPRIT provides funding through its academic research, prevention and product development research programs.

Programs made possible with CPRIT funding have reached all 254 counties of the state, brought more than 100 distinguished researchers to Texas, advanced scientific and clinical knowledge, and provided more than 2.8 million life-saving education, training, prevention and early detection services to Texans. Follow CPRIT on twitter.com/CPRITTexas and like CPRIT on facebook.com/CPRITTexas.

.57 billion in grants to Texas researchers, institutions and organizations.

CPRIT provides funding through its academic research, prevention and product development research programs.

Programs made possible with CPRIT funding have reached all 254 counties of the state, brought more than 100 distinguished researchers to Texas, advanced scientific and clinical knowledge, and provided more than 2.8 million life-saving education, training, prevention and early detection services to Texans. Follow CPRIT on twitter.com/CPRITTexas and like CPRIT on facebook.com/CPRITTexas.