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The Failed Arms Race of Childhood Cancer

Imagine for just one minute this scenario: A super-power sending its soldiers off to defend itself with 18th century muskets against a very well armed foe. Would we be so ignorant as to think that these soldiers would stand a chance? Of course not. It would be nothing short of a complete slaughter. So, why are we arming children fighting cancer with weapons that are in some cases forty to fifty years old? Then, five, ten or even twenty years down the road, when the “survivors” end up with long-term health issues, or worse yet, die or contract secondary malignancies, why have we labeled these kids as cured in the first place.

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