CancerSOS: How in the World is Cancer?
June 24, 2014•51 min
Worldwide an est. 14.1M new cancer cases and 8.2M cancer-related deaths occurred in 2012. We can't "treat" our way out of this epidemic. Prevention is key, yet the U.S. has reduced tobacco use, while in Africa and China tobacco use is spiraling out-of-control. Guest: Sally Cowal, Senior V.P., Global Health at the American Cancer Society has the world on her shoulders--but not alone. ACS is focused on prevention, treatment, diminished suffering, and building a global army to fight back. Cancer is killing more people in the developing world than HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria combined. We need a world with more birthdays.... Joni live M-F at 2:00 p.m. ET on www.W4CS.com. www.JoniAldrich.com