For Joe Biden, the clock is ticking. The Vice President has roughly two months left to continue leading the Cancer Moonshot initiative, an effort to significantly speed the pace of progress in cancer detection and treatment. It’s a personal mission for Biden, whose son Beau died from brain cancer in 2015.
“We had access to the world’s best nurses, physicians, and researchers,” the Vice President wrote in a report on the initiative in October. “The more time we spent with them, the more we understood that even if we couldn’t save our son, the science, medicine, and technology are progressing faster than ever to save countless other sons and daughters.”
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