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Technology has disrupted healthcare. Its rapid advancement has facilitated a better understanding of cancer. This, in …

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Pre-WWII British medical practitioners were initially reluctant to educate the general public about cancer. They thought public education would make the masses panic or have unrealistic expectations for a cure, thereby undermining the control efforts. So what changed and how did cancer prevention research organisations and charities come about?