The American Cancer Society: A History of Saving Lives
A compelling and inspiring narrative about the history of the American Cancer Society, this thrilling story chronicles the persistence and dedication of those who have devoted their lives to finding a cure for the disease, from the initial meeting at the Harvard Club in New York City in 1913 to the modern day.
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