Biden pitches ‘cancer moonshot’ as bipartisan pursuit

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President Biden on Monday pitched his “cancer moonshot” initiative as a bipartisan pursuit that should bring Americans together, comparing it to former President Kennedy’s famous “moonshot” initiative.
Published 3 months ago · Boston, United States

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Biden touts 'Cancer Moonshot' on JFK speech anniversary in Boston

President Joe Biden signed orders on Monday to push more government dollars to the U.S. biotechnology industry, as he promoted his initiative to create new treatments and cut the death rate from cancer. Cancer "doesn’t care if you’re Republican or Democrat,” Biden said at the John F. Kennedy Library in Boston, on the 60th anniversary of JFK's 'Moonshot' speech that urged Americans to lead in the exploration of space.

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U.S. President Biden hopes ending cancer can be a 'national purpose'

U.S. President Joe Biden on Monday urged Americans to come together for a new 'national purpose' -- his administration's effort to end cancer 'as we know it.'

3 months ago·Toronto, Canada
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Biden hopes ending cancer can be a 'national purpose' for U.S.

President Joe Biden is urging Americans to come together for a new “national purpose” — his administration’s effort to end cancer “as we know it.”

3 months ago·India
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Joe Biden sets goal to end cancer ‘as we know it,’ hopes for ‘national purpose’ - National

Scientists now understand that cancer is not a single disease, but hundreds of diseases that respond differently to different treatments.

3 months ago·Toronto, Canada
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In Boston, Biden pushes cancer 'moonshot' initiative

60 years after John F. Kennedy's famed moonshot speech, President Joe Biden spoke at the Kennedy Presidential Library and urged Americans to come together for a new “national purpose” - his administration’s effort to end cancer “as we know it.” (Sept. 12)

3 months ago·United States
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Biden hopes ending cancer can be a 'national purpose' for US

BOSTON (AP) — President Joe Biden on Monday urged Americans to come together for a new “national purpose" — his administration's effort to end cancer "as we know it."

3 months ago·United States
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