Documentary Series by Ken Burns – Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies – Episode 1

We’re always on the lookout for relevant and educational information to include on Civilian Exposure.  This new PBS documentary series by Ken Burns on cancer will be thought-provoking and useful for those that want to see the entire scope of the impact of cancer in our world.

The following is the first of four episodes we will share.  Look for the next episode to be posted in the coming week.

Cancer: A Conversation
Original Air Date: 02/17/15
Run Time: 0:28:17

This 30-minute special features a roundtable conversation hosted by Katie Couric of Yahoo! News and co-founder of “Stand Up To Cancer.” Couric interviews Ken Burns; Sharon Percy Rockefeller, President and CEO of WETA and a cancer survivor; and Dr. Siddhartha Mukherjee, Pulitzer Prize-winning author of the book upon which the film is based.


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