Moonshot refresh: Biden calls to cut cancer death rate by at least 50% in 25 years
President Joe Biden has long been an ally for the fight against cancer, having lost his son Beau to an aggressive brain cancer in 2015, after which he launched the first Cancer Moonshot program in 2016 as VP.
On Monday, Biden looked to hit the reset button on the moonshot program, announcing a new goal to cut cancer in the same way that former President John F. Kennedy pursued the moon, Biden said at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum in Boston.
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