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Science Serving People: Why Cancer Research Is Important
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    Posted: 06/16/2008
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  1. Why What We Are Doing Is So Important
  2. The Human and Economic Burden of Cancer
     
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  2. Estimated Number of Cancer Survivors in the United States


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