Dr. Vincent T. DeVita on 'The Death of Cancer' - AARP
The pioneer in cancer treatment for 50 years, former director of the National Cancer Institute and author of the controversial memoir The Death of Cancer Dr. Vincent T. DeVita Jr. talks about his personal experience of beating cancer.
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