Why Haven’t We Found A Cure For Cancer Yet?

October 24, 2016
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In spite of the fact humans have been dealing with cancer for millennia, there is still no cure in site. There are treatments today that weren’t around a hundred years ago, but why no cure or vaccine? The answer to that problem is exceedingly complicated and is underscored by the fact that cancer is not a single disease but rather a related group of diseases. Learn more about the history of cancer and the search for the cure from this infographic!

In spite of the fact humans have been dealing with cancer for millennia, there is still no cure in site. There are treatments today that weren’t around a hundred years ago, but why no cure or vaccine? The answer to that problem is exceedingly complicated and is underscored by the fact that cancer is not a single disease but rather a related group of diseases. Learn more about the history of cancer and the search for the cure from this infographic!

Cure for cancer

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