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the launching of a spacecraft to the moon

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His phenomenal clearing of Divisoria, Recto, Juan Luna and Quiapo augurs well for his version of a moonshot campaign focusing on tourism, health care, traffic and jobs.
As he says in Moonshots, "Once you change your mindset from one of scarcity to a mindset of abundance, you begin to think of potentials and possibilities rather than the things that can't be done."
These issues are well-recognized, and large-scale collaborative programs such as the Cancer Moonshot initiative are leading the way when it comes to overcoming them using the most advanced MS methods.
Looking ahead, we can be optimistic about reaching the moonshot goal.
So, a moonshot is a commitment to accomplishing a monumental goal without any knowledge or understanding of any method of how you are going to do it.
"Moonshot" features seven songs, mostly upbeat and emotionally driven, that the artist hopes listeners can connect to.
The Cancer Moonshot is a challenge to double the rate of progress in cancer treatment and research.
A Moonshot is a noun, but its concept is almost exclusively verbal.
34, the 21st Century Cures Act, which puts emphasis on, among other things, Alzheimer's disease research and a "cancer moonshot," as well as money for states to treat opioid use disorder.
And in that same speech, I put [Vice President] Joe [Biden] in charge of Mission Control on a new cancer moonshot. And today, with the 21st Century Cures Act, we are making good on both of those efforts.
The Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation has committed $25M in new funding to Vice President Joe Biden's Cancer Moonshot Initiative to address health care disparities in cancer care and support.
About Cancer MoonShot 2020 The Cancer MoonShot 2020 program is one of the most comprehensive cancer collaborative initiative launched to date, seeking to accelerate the potential of combination immunotherapy as the next generation standard of care in cancer patients.
President Barack Obama's "Cancer Moonshot" now has a scientific flight plan.
But it's only a few scientific miles down the road--and the map was laid out by the "Cancer Moonshot" report recently issued by the White House Blue Ribbon Panel.