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Share Your Story: What Would a World With No Cancer Mean to You?

October 27, 2009

Everyone focused on cancer research and treatment — and certainly those faced by a cancer diagnosis in themselves or a loved one — would love to see a world without cancer. But what might that mean in personal terms?

A childhood regained? A grandparent who gets to see a grandson become a doctor? Being able to spend more federal dollars on other important priorities, like education? 

The Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center invites you to imagine what a world with no cancer would look like and what that would mean in your own life. Share your thoughts on the VICC’s Facebook page, or via Twitter using the hashtag #nocancer.

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