The 'war on cancer' has run off course

“Change the cancer conversation: The ‘war on cancer’ has run off course,” by Colin Macilwain, Nature.

When Angelina Jolie had a double mastectomy in 2013 after genetic tests revealed her susceptibility to certain cancers, she urged others to consider their risk. Even more people will do so now that she has had her ovaries and . . . → Read More: The ‘war on cancer’ has run off course

More Money Won’t Win the War on Cancer

“More Money Won’t Win the War on Cancer.” By Jacoba Urist, The Atlantic.

A broken grant structure, turf wars, and an exodus of scientists for other professions are bigger barriers to progress than a lack of funding.

Forty-two years after President Nixon signed the National Cancer Act and declared the “war on cancer,” it’s virtually . . . → Read More: More Money Won’t Win the War on Cancer