For decades, we have learned that cancer is spontaneous, constantly appearing, and an unavoidable disease that can only be treated when we catch it in time. One medical researcher begs to differ.
Dr. Michael Sporn, called by many the "father of chemoprevention," has other ideas. From his prolific work on cell mechanisms that trigger destructive behavior--- Dr. Sporn believes that we should treat cancer like we do cardiovascular health: before it has struck a devastating blow. The trick is: it will require a revolution in how health care is delivered, ethical priorities, and the very economics that have supported it. Come hear from "The Heretic in the Lab."
To read an article on Michael Sporn's recent work, click here.