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Cancer

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Ethan Zaller

on 4 November 2015

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Transcript of Cancer

Cancer
Leukemia & Kidney Cancer
Prostate Cancer
Pancreatic Cancer
Liver Cancer
Breast Cancer
Colon Cancer
Why does Breast Cancer get more funding and attention than other more deadly Cancers?
Points To Discuss
Why do some common cancers not get as much funding or attention.
Why do some cancers go so unnoticed to the public?
What are the deadliest cancers, and how much funding do they get comparatively?
What are the least funded cancers, and how many people do they effect?
Why do some common cancers not get as much funding or attention?
Why does breast cancer get so much funding and attention?
Funding groups gain publicity by doing events like Race for the Cure and Relay for Life.
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The groups that are affected by certain cancers
change the opinion of people donating
Problems

Most of these groups only donate and raise awareness for one cancer.
So cancers with big foundations get a huge portion of the total donations while cancers with small foundations get less
What are the deadliest cancers, and how much funding do they get comparatively?
Lung Cancer gets 2.85 times less funding than Breast Cancer and Bowell gets 1.6 times less than breast cancer's funding
Pancreatic Cancer gets 8 times less funding than breast cancer
Leukaemia kills less people than bladder cancer, yet gets 11 times more funding
Least Funded Major Cancers
Esophagus
Stomach
Pancreatic
Effects 90,550
people combined
Those cancers combine to have an average 26% chance of survival
26%
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