Moonshot 2.0 Looks to Focus on Caregivers, Learn From Patients
The Biden administration’s reboot of the Cancer Moonshot initiative, also called Moonshot 2.0, has clear goals: to reduce cancer deaths by 50% over 25 years and to “improve the experience of people and their families to living with and surviving cancer.”
Doing so will require going beyond the traditional measures of success and truly learning from patients and caregivers living with cancer, Danielle Carnival, PhD, the Cancer Moonshot Coordinator in the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, told those gathered Friday for the National Comprehensive Cancer Network Policy Summit, held in Washington, DC.
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