This is a two part answer.
The first is, yes, of course. Money and resources need to be made available.
The second part is that we need to recognize that many of these cancers are a response to the environment that we are creating. Our food system is not only producing produce of dubious quality, it is being contaminated with all sorts of synthetic toxins. Children nibble on plastic, ingest GMOs, which evidence shows effects epigenetics of future life. Cancer is becoming an epidemic, yet we refuse to act before the fact and instead react once the horse has left the barn.