Some users of CPJP Online may find a consistency and reliability advantage in using a special private route to access the site. CPJP Online has made arrangements with a provider which offers an alternate network route through a global network serving 105 cities in 47 countries, encompassing the U.S., Canada, Latin America, Europe, the Middle East, Asia and the Pacific Rim. If you are experiencing trouble connecting to CPJP Online please try the alternate route instead to see if it provides you with better service.
To use the alternate route, go to http://intl-preventionportal.aacrjournals.org
NOTE: If you go to http://intl-preventionportal.aacrjournals.org and notice that it changes to http://preventionportal.aacrjournals.org/ that means our system has automatically detected that you are using a very-high-speed research-network connection between Stanford University (where the CPJP Online server is located) and your organization. This network is called "Internet2" (or "Abilene"). Our server automatically uses that very-high-speed path instead of http://intl-preventionportal.aacrjournals.org.
What is http://intl-preventionportal.aacrjournals.org ? Using this URL should make inconsistent web service good and consistent. It will not make already good and consistent web service necessarily any better.
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