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Otis Brawley: 'If we start practicing prevention today, in 2035, 2040, we will have less cancer'

June 24, 2020 | 6:24 PM GMT
Otis Brawley, MD says he's excited about new developments in cancer treatment but also the increased interest in cancer prevention. "If we start practicing prevention today, in 2035, 2040, we will have less cancer."