At age 33, Zuri Scrivens discovered she had breast cancer. She endured a mastectomy, radiation, chemo and hormone therapy. Within 9 months, Zuri’s cancer was back - and had spread to her liver and lymph nodes. Her disease now considered incurable, she faced the very real prospect she’d never see her toddler grow up.
That was five years ago. Today, Zuri has no signs of cancer, not because of a miraculous new cancer drug, but thanks to a standard treatment for diabetes. Zuri Scrivens has become the poster child for a revolutionary approach to CRACKING CANCER.
It’s called POG - Personalized OncoGenomics - and it’s the subject of the gripping new documentary CRACKING CANCER. With exclusive and rare access, CRACKING CANCER follows a group of patients, all with incurable cancer, through a highly experimental clinical trial at the BC Cancer Agency in Vancouver, a trial that holds the promise of personalized cancer diagnosis and treatment.