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A World Without Cancer: The Making of a New Cure and the Real Promise of Prevention
     

A World Without Cancer: The Making of a New Cure and the Real Promise of Prevention

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by Margaret I. Cuomo
 

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This year, nearly 1.6 million new cases of cancer will be diagnosed and more than 1,500 people will die per day. We've been asked to accept the disappointing strategy to "manage cancer as a chronic disease." We've allowed pharmaceutical companies to position cancer drugs that extend life by just weeks and may cost $100,000 for a single course

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A World without Cancer: The Making of a New Cure and the Real Promise of Prevention 2.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
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The whole idea that it is time to re-think the process of moving toward to a world without cancer or at the minimum one in which it is not the great boogie man is long over do. It really is time to re-think how we approach the medical applications in Cancer treatment and research. A well presented exposition of the problems of the modern approach.