Biden ends his "Cancer Moonshot" address by echoing JFK's "Moonshot" speech 60 years ago.
“For so many of us, that's what we're trying to do, live a life worthy of the loved ones we've lost, the loved ones we can save with our hope and absolute courage and with an unwillingness to postpone and with a singular purpose for ourselves as and as a nation, President Kennedy said in this day, 60 years ago, “We set sail on this new sea. Because her new life-saving knowledge to be gained, that must be used for progress of all people.” In our time today, that's our charge to keep in my view. I know we can do this together because I know this, there's nothing, nothing, nothing beyond our capacity if we work together as the United States of America. God bless you all and may God protect our troops. Thank you for listening.”