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Submission + - Cancer takes one on the chin, courtesy of a six year old girl (nytimes.com)

An anonymous reader writes: For decades, one of cancer's most powerful weapons has been to corrupt the human immune system. Finally, researchers in Philadelphia have developed a way to turn that weapon against certain cancers, and potentially open the door to a whole new generation of therapies for all manner of cancers
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Cancer takes one on the chin, courtesy of a six year old girl

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