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American Cancer Society creates blueprint to reduce cancer mortality by 2035

Researchers from the American Cancer Society identified trends in disparities and outcomes for cancer over the last decades in an effort to highlight the need for better quality care for all individua... read more

Form 6-K GENETIC TECHNOLOGIES For: Nov 29

When diagnosed at an early stage (before the disease has spread outside the colon), the relative 5-year survival rate for CRC is 92% and 87% for rectal cancer, according to the American Cancer Society ... read more

Merck & Co Inc. CEO Hosts Annual Shareholder Meeting (Transcript)

Thompson, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center; Wendell P ... As part of Merck for mothers, our 10 year initiative to help reduce maternal mortality arou... read more

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American Cancer Society outlines blueprint for cancer control in the 21st century

The American Cancer Society is outlining its vision for ... forms the basis of a national cancer control plan; a blueprint toward the control of cancer and a mortality reduction goal for the year 2035 ... read more


Applying 'Already Done' Science to Cancer Control

A fourth of cancer deaths in the U.S. would not occur if everyone had the same cancer mortality as college-educated Americans, authors of an American Cancer Society ... the year 2035. "The foundation ... read more

National Cancer Control Plan in US: 'Blueprint' From ACS

The American Cancer Society (ACS) has undertaken a major initiative to refocus nationwide efforts for cancer control in the decades ahead, which it describes as "a blueprint toward the control of canc... read more

Socioeconomic inequalities impact U.S. cancer death rates

The college-educated American has a death rate from cancer that's far lower than that of the non-college educated American. — Otis Brawley What's new: Brawley, speaking to Axios about ACS' blueprint t... read more

Annual Report to the Nation

... mortality has stabilized. The annual report is a collaborative effort between the National Cancer Institute (NCI), part of the National Institutes of Health; the Centers for Disease Control and Pr... read more

We could prevent millions of cancer deaths each year with knowledge we already have

However, cancer deaths worldwide are estimated to increase by over 50 percent between 2015 and 2030, mainly due to expanding and aging populations. We already have the knowledge and technology to redu... read more

Amgen (AMGN) Q1 2017 Results - Earnings Call Transcript

And without meaningful innovation like Repatha to change the trajectory of this disease, those costs will exceed $1.2 trillion by 2035. We believe it's right to embrace innovation not only for patient... read more

The Impotence Of Natural Law Arguments

It’s simply to recognize that Matt is correct: nobody cares. We live in a post-rational society. Besides, we live in a society in which literature, art, architecture — all part of the symbolic environ... read more

More cancer patients gaining from immune-based treatments

The number of new cancer diagnoses is expected to jump from 1.7 million in 2015 to 2.4 million by 2035. Cancer is also the leading cause of disease-related death among American ... markedly reduce mor... read more



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