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The United States was built on bold, audacious plans in which the public and private sectors collaborate to solve complex problems. Our healthcare system is no exception, and the cancer community wrote the book on how to advance the field on behalf of patients.

When President Richard M. Nixon signed the National Cancer Act of 1971, he shared “that a total national commitment means more than government.” Nearly 45 years later, Vice President Joseph R. Biden, Jr., described a Cancer Moonshot to cure cancer through a collaborative, multi-disciplinary coalition of public and private resources. Following the former vice president’s call