In the secret history of the war on cancer davis brings up the excellent question of why we as a nation spend so much time and money trying to treat and cure cancer and virtually ignore figuring out how to prevent it in the first place what she reveals about the connections between businesses charitable organizations and politicians is an . While both books are about a depressing topic cancer mukherjees book left me feeling upbeat and hopeful while daviss book left me feeling angry and cheated the secret history of the war on cancer explains in great detail why cancer is so pervasive and why we are told that. In 2007 the american cancer society reported 12 million new cancer cases worldwide and 76 million cancer deaths given these staggering numbers its no wonder that people are beginning to question why the war on cancer declared by president nixon in 1971 has not led to the elimination of this disease. Devra davis talked about her book the secret history of the war on cancer published by basic books in her book she argues that while a large amount of attention and money has been spent on. The secret history of the war on cancer january 2007 journal of clinical investigation 1186 uncovering the secret history of the nixon era strategy by jeffrey kimball
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