Childhood Cancer Crusade: A Spotlight on Pediatric Cancer Policy
With President Trump calling on Congress to allot $500 million towards pediatric cancer research over the next ten years, we get an assessment from a key senator who has written law on where the money should go regarding childhood cancer.
Inside the FDA: The New Commissioner’s Game Plan
The Acting FDA Commissioner lays out his agenda for approving life-saving cancer drugs, innovative therapies and clinical trials. and managing product safety.
Cancer Chronicles: Finding Light In Life’s Dark Moments
She was diagnosed with incurable cancer at 35. He is the father of a toddler going through chemo. Together, they’re a powerhouse of wisdom and unshakable strength. Acclaimed writers Kate Bowler and Wajahat Ali examine how cancer has shaped their lives.
Free Speech Online: One U.S. Senator's Perspective
From trolls to hate speech to disinformation, internet companies have been called upon to set standards for online speech. But some lawmakers, like Sen. Ted Cruz, see a pattern of political bias and the censoring of conservative voices.
Artistic Expression and The First Amendment
How do you determine what is a threat and what is artistic expression?A recent Supreme Court case about explicit rap lyrics provides a unique and rich example.