The vice president thanked them for showing how to force Congress to pass a law that will help ailing survivors. It's what the moonshot needs.
Joe Biden sees parallels between the toxins that have stricken so many 9/11 responders with cancer, and the toxins his son, Beau, breathed in Iraq before he died of cancer last year.
Alongside these challenges, we also heard about many exciting examples of technologies that illustrate the potential of connected
The Senate passed a bill that included funding for his cancer moonshot initiative — and dedicated it to his late son, Beau.
Vice President Joe Biden got emotional presiding over the Senate on Monday as it renamed a portion of the 21st Century Cures Act after Biden's son, Beau, who died from brain cancer in 2015.
Joe Biden says he'll devote the rest of his life to working on the moonshot.
This post is written by the co-chairs of the Cancer Moonshot Blue Ribbon Panel: Dinah Singer, PhD, acting deputy director