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Many of their novel and innovative scientific breakthroughs have caused Dr. Auer and her lab's research to be the topic of discussion in multiple scientific magazines, newspapers and media outlets. Below are recent times in which there has been media coverage regarding Dr. Auer's research.

The Scientist - Stephanie Swift (2014) "Tactical Maneuvers"

http://www.the-scientist.com/?articles.view/articleNo/40079/title/Tactical-Maneuvers/

1310 NEWS Radio - Ed Hand (2013) "Talk to the Hand: Research milestones at The Ottawa Hospital"

http://www.1310news.com/2014/02/27/talk-to-the-hand-research-milestones-at-the-ottawa-hospital/

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The Ottawa Sun-Chris Hofley (Dec 11, 2013) "Local docs lauded by Canadian Cancer Society for their cancer research work

http://www.ottawasun.com/2013/12/11/local-docs-lauded-by-canadian-cancer-society-for-their-cancer-research-work

This article outlines how Dr. Auer's unique findings differ from the other two top awared researchers by the Canadian Cancer Society.

Scientific American Article-Stephanie Swift (Feb 15, 2013) “Fighting cancer with Pox viruses”

http://blogs.scientificamerican.com/guest-blog/2013/02/15/fighting-cancer-with-poxviruses/

This article outlines research regarding activation of natural killer cells with oncolytic viruses prior to surgery to prevent postoperative metastatic disease.

CBC Television Interview-Waubgeshig Rice (Jan 17, 2013) “New Cancer Research in Ottawa”

http://www.cbc.ca/player/News/Canada/Ottawa/ID/2326914672/

This interview talks about Dr. Auer's research regarding activation of natural killer cells with oncolytic viruses prior to surgery to prevent postoperative metastatic disease. The work was funded by the Canadian Cancer Society Research Institute.

LeDroit Newspaper (French)-Mathieu Bélanger (Sept 19, 2012) “Vaccin contre le cancer. La solution pourrait venir d’Ottawa”

http://www.lapresse.ca/le-droit/actualites/sante/201209/19/01-4575485-la-solution-pourrait-venir-dottawa.php

This interview talks about a recent publication in Molecular Therapy demonstrating the development of a personalized cancer vaccine.

CBC Television Interview (French)-Pascale-Marie Dufour (Sept 17, 2012) “Des chercheurs d’Ottawa travaillent à la mise au point d’un vaccin contre le cancer”

http://www.radio-canada.ca/regions/ottawa/2012/09/17/001-vaccin-cancer-recherche-ottawa.shtml

This interview talks about Dr. Auer's recent publication in Molecular Therapy demonstrating the development of a personalized cancer vaccine. The first author, Dr. Chantale Lemay was interviewed in French.

CBC Radio Interview (French)-Pascale-Marie Dufour (Sept 17, 2012) “Des chercheurs d’Ottawa travaillent à la mise au point d’un vaccin contre le cancer”

http://www.radio-canada.ca/regions/ottawa/2012/09/17/001-vaccin-cancer-recherche-ottawa.shtml

This interview talks about the lab's recent publication in Molecular Therapy demonstrating the development of a personalized cancer vaccine. The first author, Dr. Chantale Lemay was interviewed in French.

CBC Television Interview-Ashley Burke (July 21, 2012) “A new breakthrough in cancer research”

http://www.cbc.ca/player/News/Canada/Ottawa/ID/2259290397/

This interview talks about a recent publication in Molecular Therapy demonstrating the development of a personalized cancer vaccine.

The Society News Article- "$600,000 for Cancer Research: The Cancer Research Society announces its 2011 grants at the University of Ottawa"

http://www.societederecherchesurlecancer.ca/page.aspx?pid=570

CBC Radio Interview (Sept, 2011) “Research in Perioperative Therapies”

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This is a radio interview where Dr. Auer speaks about her lab research and elaborates on ongoing projects in the lab.

The Ottawa Citizen-Tom Spears (Dec 11, 2013) "Cancer Society Honours three Ottawa researchers"

This article outlines the work by three Ottawa researchers, including Dr. Rebecca Auer, who have ranked among the nation's top news of 2013 for the Canadian Cancer Society.

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