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Cancer's Golden Age of Research?


Are we in a Golden Age of cancer research? With President Obama's last State of the Union address focusing on cancer research, experts feel it's possible a cure is not far away. The areas of immunotherapy, genetics and precision medicine are all up an coming fields in the search for a cure for cancer.

While the United States and some countries in Europe are at the leading edge of cancer research, some parts of the developing world are still struggling with the technology and advances that have shown promise in more stable countries. Check out this video on the future of cancer research.
About the Author
  • I'm a writer living in the Boston area. My interests include cancer research, cardiology and neuroscience. I want to be part of using the Internet and social media to educate professionals and patients in a collaborative environment.
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