Cancer survival has doubled since the 1970s. Today, around 1 in 2 people live on after their cancers have been treated. This is a huge progress, but there is a dark side to these statistics we do not normally talk or think much about: quality of life.
This article was originally published on the GIST website as part of the ‘Science for Society’ article competition. Once the possibilities of altering our DNA become almost endless, should we … Continue reading