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Who is Losing the Cancer War?
...the U.S. National Cancer Institute
...the American Cancer Society
...medical-industrial-complex
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Since passage of the 1971 National Cancer Act, the overall incidence of cancer in the U.S. has escalated to epidemic proportions, now striking 1.3 million, and killing about 550,000 annually. The median age for the diagnosis of cancer is 67 in adults, and six in children.
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The American Cancer Society. More Interested In Accumulating Wealth Than Saving Lives

Endorsed by Congressman John Conyers Jr., Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, and by Dr. Quentin Young, Chairman of the Health and Medicine Policy research Group, and Past President of the American Public Health Association
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