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Cancer research is an 'embarrassment,' must switch focus to early detection: oncologist
Leading oncologist Azra Raza says despite all the money spent and progress made, the way we treat cancer today is an “embarrassment.” Her new book, The First Cell: And the Human Costs of Pursuing Cancer to the Last, argues we need to change our approach to treating and diagnosing the disease.
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