Science in the News: Why We Haven't Cured Cancer

Ideal Ages:

13 and up

Program Description

Event Details

It’s 2018 – with all the latest medical advancements, why does cancer still kill half a million Americans each year? What makes it so difficult and expensive to treat? What new techniques are being developed to study and treat cancer, and who’s going to pay for them? What role can you play in the fight against cancer? Join three scientists from the University of Colorado in a discussion about the science and policy of treating cancer.

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