Hagop Kantarjian

MD Anderson Cancer Center

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Chair of the Department of Leukemia at the University of Texas' MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston

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One third of all Americans will get some form of cancer during their lifetimes — and the average cost of drug treatment is $100,000 a year.

The Rising Cost of Fighting Cancer

One third of all Americans will get some form of cancer during their lifetimes — and the average cost of drug treatment is $100,000 a year.

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