The Source • May/June 2007 • Issue 96

Conflict of Interest: Sir Richard Doll (1912–2005)

by Judy Brady A hundred years ago cancer was a relatively rare disease that usually attacked only the aged. Today it is a leading cause of death in the United States. When you ask what might lie behind such a burgeoning epidemic of a noninfectious… Read More

From the Executive Director: NCI Funding Cuts—Crisis or Opportunity?

by Barbara A. Brenner It seems like hardly a day goes by when there isn’t a story in the news about the supposedly horrifying fact that federal funding is being cut for medical research. A January 29 article in USA Today noted the alarm being raised… Read More

SPOTLIGHT: Tori Freeman: Young Leadership at BCA

by Rebecca Farmer At 30 years old, Tori Freeman is BCA’s youngest board member, but she has been involved with the organization for nearly 10 years. While a student at Mills College in Oakland, California, Tori learned about BCA from a favorite professor, Christine LaFia,… Read More