About 30 years ago Newsweek devoted an entire issue to the topic of Cancer. In the introduction to the issue they made the point that we will never see “a cure for cancer”, because, unlike many other diseases like heart, kidney, liver diseases and diabetes, cancer is actually a family of diseases. And the family is very diverse. While some cancers have known cures, others remain challenging. One important element toward developing a cure for a given type of cancer is to fully understand the conditions and processes that lead to its development, and that takes basic research. The kind that public and private universities do so well. Continue reading One Goal: End Cancer.→
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