The UPenn PRC has received $1.4M in funding for three new Special Interest Projects from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. "Integrating Self-Management Education with Cancer Survivorship Care", led by Christine Hill-Kayser, MD and Lisa Schwartz, PhD, will test the impact of a technology-based intervention for adolescent and young adult survivors of childhood cancer. "Economic Impact of Clinical Trials Among Children Diagnosed with Cancer", led by Marilyn Schapira, MD, MPH, will compare the economic impact and health related quality of life outcomes among children with cancer who were treated in Phase III clinical trials to those who receive non-trial standard treatment, with the goal of informing decision-making for families who are considering taking part in therapeutic clinical trials. "Building Local Community Health Leadership for Action on Preventing Chronic Disease", led by Frances Barg, PhD, aims to identify, train, and mentor a cadre of leaders in the Philadelphia Promise Zone. We welcome these prevention research investigators to the UPenn PRC family!