Prof Ulrich Keilholz joins us on "In Good Shape."
Dr. Ulrich Keilholz explains which modern drugs are used to treat cancer today. Immunotherapy provides new hope of targeting and destroying cancer cells in the future.
The German Cancer Congress, which started in Berlin on Wednesday, is pushing for a future of personalized medicine. Cancer patients will get more and more custom-made medicines and therapies.
The widely used weed killer glyphosate does not cause cancer, according to a controversial EU assessment. It's still highly toxic for biodiversity and should be banned, says Karl Bär of the Munich Environment Institute.
Tobacco and alcohol consumption is falling, but a graying Germany is at risk of becoming more dependent on pharmaceuticals.
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