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The CDC introduces a new Initiative for “World Cancer Day”

Every year the CDC celebrates “World Cancer Day” honoring cancer survivors and patients in a significant way. For many humans, the second high-ranking disease in the world is people diagnosed with cancer. Non-Profits and big business corporations gather every year to raise awareness and support for those who become financially affected by battling this disease. This year, the CDC announced a new initiative, “Closing the Gap” as their motto to reduce the number of people diagnosed with this disease. While making an impact on others by partnering with other governmental organizations around the country and worldwide. As science advances further, its mission is to prevent new generations from developing this disease in the future. 



Annually, on World Cancer day, when people celebrate on February  4th, many organizations like the United States bureau, MD Anderson, and U.S. government officials gather together to speak in support of cancer survivors and patients in the country. Non-profit organizations fundraise yearly to break the burdens of patients who battle this disease through marathons and public events. Such as the annual Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer walk, auctions, and sports organizations like the MLB, NFL, and NBA. The United States federal Bureau announced this year to conduct a virtual conference in honor of World cancer day, along with other public speakers and public health experts from across the globe. Their purpose is to spread the word to the public about how they can prevent themselves from this disease and share inspiring stories of survivors. The CDC also partnered to take part in this event with the Bureau to publicly share resources and ways people can live happy and healthy lives. Another organization is the FDA, which also partners in providing advanced treatments for new and existing cancer patients to receive the help they need. In ways of helping patients by giving them opportunities to contribute in clinical trials for cancer research. 



In research, MD Anderson, a #1 worldwide cancer treatment organization, began a Saphire clinical trial helping cancer patients to receive treatment that will help others to defeat this disease. Health professionals believe this new treatment approach will help reduce cancer cells in cancer patients before an FDA proposal. However, they use other alternatives so that their patients receive the best treatment possible. According to MD Anderson News-Press, Joan Carson, a former nurse from Texas, shared how grateful she is for the trial to offer her advanced care. “ I was so frightened at the time of my diagnosis! Thanks to the care and treatment I’m receiving there, I feel like I’m thriving despite cancer — and I’m ready to take on the world.”


While taking over the world, the CDC partnered in a trial that will help young adults and children get the care they need to prevent this disease. One that will end the generation of cancer and its power from taking the lives of people who lost their battle to defeat it. So the National Cancer Institute began a study that will end cancer for children in America and around the world. The Cancer Moonshot was then created in 2016 when Ex-President Barack Obama was governing at the time. Since the number of diagnoses is increasing, President Joe Biden is implementing to continue this process again to reduce the gap between children getting cancer to live a long life. After concluding an event in the White House, he announced reigniting protocol again for medical officials to administer the “ Moonshot” vaccine to children around the country. According to WH Press, he says, “ Together with the Cancer Moonshot, we’re building a world where the word cancer forever loses its power.” That is the main goal for many health officials and experts, putting an end to world cancer. 


In conclusion, the CDC aims to close the number gap for people diagnosed with cancer and other illnesses. It is an epidemiological illness that affects many people every day around the globe. Such as lymphoma, leukemia, breast cancer, and several more that oncology experts find in their patients. The CDC continues to work diligently to keep humanity safe from current illnesses and ones in the future. They plan to attend along with the U.S. bureau on Saturday, February 4th, with other bureau members and motivational speakers.


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