WSJ – A Geneticist’s Cancer Crusade. The discoverer of the double-helix says the disease can be cured in his lifetime. He’s 82.

The man who discovered the double helix and gave birth to the field of modern genetics is now 82 years old. But he’s not close to done with his life’s work. He wants to win “the war on cancer,” and thinks it can be won a whole lot faster than most cancer researchers or bureaucrats believe is possible.

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