We’re spending the last, five-week chapter of Decoding Cancer in Italy, where we’ll examine the challenge of caring for Europe’s 12.5 million cancer survivors and look at what needs to be done to ensure that health systems and other social support structures are up to the job. POLITICO’s Global Policy Lab: Decoding Cancer is a collaborative journalism project seeking to explore how patients, communities, policymakers and the private sector are grappling with one of Europe’s most pressing health challenges. This interactive editorial series is presented by Pfizer Oncology and IBM Watson Health. View in your browser. By Sarah Wheaton | @swheaton | Send tips to [email protected] Double jeopardy Before we get started: I promise this edition of Global Policy Lab: Decoding Cancer is not going to be a total downer. If it ever gets too heavy, skip to the bottom for Johnny Depp and sharks. Ok, but first some heavy stuff: Getting cancer once seems unlucky enough, but for those who beat it, the odds increase that it’ll come back. It makes sense: Radiation is bad for tumors, but it also prompts mutations that could cause cancer. It ain’t great for your heart, reproductive organs or any other parts of… Read full this story
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