50 years and no cure: how we can finally win the ‘war on cancer’
In 1971, when then-President Richard Nixon signed the National Cancer Act and launched the “war on cancer,” taxpayer dollars were poured into the search for a cure for a disease that was, at the time, the second-leading cause of death in the U.S.
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