Monthly Archives: March 2016
I trust that this time we will set rules that are fair and acceptable to everyone (researchers, philanthropists, funding agencies and investors) that maximize financial and health benefits to taxpayers and cancer patients by providing the world and our children with a list of projects answering these five simple questions that will protect their ingenuity. Continue reading
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I fully embrace the mission and objective to defeat cancer once and for all and to make sure that there is no misunderstanding on who the beneficiaries will be from all of our work and for this reason I would like to relaunch it with the name “Cancer Moonshot for Our Children” (#CancerMoonShotForOurChildren). Now that it is clear that is will serve our children, grandchildren, nieces, nephews, loved ones and future generations, we should report our plan to reduce cancer deaths and costs to them in a language they understand and not just to big corporations, scientists or experts in the field. Continue reading
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I respectfully request YOU CLEAR OUT THE BUREAUCRATIC HURDLES that are an impediment to discussing ANALYTICALLY and SCIENTIFICALLY the 413 pages of my invention/project with DOE and NIH-NCI experts in the field responsible for spending taxpayer money to advance science, significantly reduce cancer deaths and significantly reduce healthcare costs.
I see from the photo and write-up regarding the very first meeting of the Cancer Moonshot Task Force held at the White House on February 1, 2016, that President Barack Obama, Vice-President Joe Biden, Dr. Ernest Moniz, and many other Secretaries and Directors from federal agencies are committed to working together from the same playbook (13 federal agencies are involved) to “make sure some of the best work going on has the funding that it needs. …our job is to break down the silos and bring people together who are doing the most cutting-edge work. Our job is to clear out the bureaucratic hurdles – and let science happen…”. In anticipation of this event I read an invitation for anyone to submit questions to twitter accounts and a form was provided.