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Kristina Marusic

Kristina Marusic is an award-winning journalist who covers environmental health and justice. She holds an MFA in nonfiction writing from the University of San Francisco and her personal essays and reporting on topics ranging from the environment, LGBTQ+ equality, and politics to feminism, food, and travel have been published by outlets including CNN, Slate, Vice, Women's Health, the Washington Post, MTV News, The Advocate, and Bustle, among others. She lives in Pittsburgh with her partner of ten years, Michael, and the cutest dog in the world, Mochi. You can visit her online at

A New War on Cancer: The Unlikely Heroes Revolutionizing Prevention by Kristina Marusic | An Island Press book

A New War on Cancer

The Unlikely Heroes Revolutionizing Prevention

For more than fifty years, we have been waging, but not winning, the war on cancer. We’re better than ever at treating the disease, yet cancer still claims the lives of one in five men and one in six women in the US. The astonishing news is that...