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A world free from cancers: Probable, possible, or preposterous?
Date:2/27/2014

e due to innovative cancer treatments since 1990. However, further success in reducing the devastating impacts of cancers and accelerating medical innovation is dependent on developing effective collaborative solutions from an "ecosystem of innovation" bringing together scientists, patients, healthcare providers, private-sector medical innovators, academia, payers and policymakers to find solutions that will save lives from all types of cancers.

"We have made great progress since 1971, when President Nixon declared the war on cancer, in terms of understanding the epidemiology of the disease, improving diagnoses, discovering new treatment paradigms and novel therapeutic approaches to better manage cancers," said Robert Hariri, MD, PhD, chairman, founder and chief scientific officer, Celgene Cellular Therapeutics. "But the progress we've made is not enough. We need to continue the momentum we have started and work together to change the course of human health for patients, healthcare, our economy and future generations."


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