This December the United States will enter the 46th year of its longest ongoing war: the war on cancer. During this time, we have lost more lives to this disease than all U.S. military casualties since the birth of our country.
When the March for Science was first announced, I wasn’t planning to go. I was unsure what role scientists should have in politics and wary of increasing the already harmful levels of partisanship towards science. However, the discussion surrounding the march convinced me: Science is crucial for our government and for the creation of policies […]