Some days it’s hard not to play the “what if?” game in the news. What if one day soon, a cure for cancer is discovered?
It’s a game being played in the “News Cut Cubicle” because today comes news that a new vaccine has shown some promise when given to women who had breast or ovarian cancer. The vaccine cause the breast cancer’s progress to stall for almost three months. The ovarian cancer’s spread was stopped for two months.
In one woman — a young woman whose cancer had her liver, and to her lymph nodes in her chest — is now cancer free and has been for four years.