At age 33, Zuri Scrivens discovered she had breast cancer. She endured a mastectomy, radiation, chemo, and hormone therapy. But within nine months, Zuri’s cancer was back and had spread to her liver and lymph nodes. Her disease was now considered incurable, and she faced the very real prospect she would not survive. That was six years ago. Today, Zuri has no signs of cancer thanks to a standard treatment for diabetes. She has become the poster child for a revolutionary approach to cracking cancer: POG (Personalized OncoGenomics). Please note this title shows medical procedures.