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that, and speaking to the chief researcher out there and how many times he's been to china because china's trying desperately to replicate what we have here, it's just staggering to me we consider -- it's a real statement of our values -- to how we invest. i think one of the most amazing statistics is research-related gains an average life expectancy from the period from 1970 to 2000 have app economic value in the united states of $95 trillion, and maybe not in this instance, but i'm a living example of that, and so my oncologist told me 15 years ago, someone diagnosed with what i have, sprinkled water on me, and told me to enjoy what's left of my life. but now, as i said, i hopefully have an 85% survival rating, but a lot of that, back to pediatric research, we know farber was because of people, you read stories of young people dying of leukemia and what i have was because the moral obligation for americans was to invest in that. so just briefly in conclusion, one of the things i've tried to work on, and i am started a survivors caucus, which i hope as many members join as possibl
china because china has been trying desperately to replicate what we're doing here, it's staggering we would consider -- and it's a real statement of our values to how we invest. i think one of the most amazing statistics is research related gains from the period of 1970 to 2000 have been economic value in the united states of $95 trillion. and maybe not in this instance but i'm a living example of that. so my oncologist told me that 15 years ago if someone was diagnosed with what i have he would sprinkle some water on me and would tell me to go enjoy whatever life i have left. and now i hopefully will have an 85% survival rating. back to pediatric research we know that dana fasher was because you read people dying of leukemia and what i have it was because of the moral obligation for mens to invest in that. briefly and in conclusion and starting a survivor caucus which i hope many members join as possible. it's very broadly defined. it's talking to doctors and i hope they come to speak to this group and i hope you come as well. one of the things was communication. we do a bad job of c
because china is trying desperately to replicate what we have but it is staggering that we would consider other overvalues to how we invest one of the most amazing statistics is research related gains a period 71 negative 9,782,000 have an economic value of $95 trillion. maybe not in this instance by anime living example my oncologist told me 15 years ago of somebody was diagnosed he with sprinkle water on me and told me to enjoy life but now hopefully i will have an 85% survival rate but that pediatric research was because when you read the stories of young people dying of leukemia and what i have because the moral obligation of americans to invest in that. so briefly in conclusion starting a survivors caucus that is broadly defined i hope they will come to speak is communication with amazing return on investment and those who have been impacted. so how can we do better? >> i think hearing with families have to say to really listen to make that change and help do something and you're in a position to make that happen we can talk all we want but he was the ones that can make thin
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