The U.S. spends more per person on prescription drugs than any other nation.
Spending on cancer drugs has more than doubled since 2013 to over $60 billion annually.
New medications typically cost $90,000 to $300,000 a year.
Since 1992, 155 cancer drugs have been given fast-track approval by the FDA. However, they haven’t turned out to be that effective -only about 20% of them have been found to extend lives.
Research on natural products: Researchers such as Ajay Goel, at City of Hope Cancer Center, continues to find new ways. Natural ingredients such as melatonin, andrographis, curcumin and grape seed can stop cancer!
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