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Early cancer detection: lessons of the past decade

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Don is a 25-year veteran of the technology industry – he was CEO of Sana Security, Openwave and the #2 executive at Cisco Systems.

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Canary Foundation, the US’ only non-profit organization devoted exclusively to early detection of cancer, when it is most treatable and chances for full recovery are greatest. Canary Foundation has assembled teams of cancer researchers recognized by their peers as leaders in their disciplines from across multiple institutions to attack the problem of early detection in a new, collaborative, action-oriented manner with the foremost objective of translating research into clinical applications.

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