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RELATED LINKSNew study looks at immunotherapy to treat common cancers Home Run King Babe Ruth helped pioneer modern cancer treatment Can dogs be trained to detect the smell of cancer? HARI SREENIVASAN: Next: the role of chance, what we might call bad luck, in who gets cancer. Jeffrey Brown has our look. JEFFREY BROWN: According to a new study from the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine published today in t... Source: pbs.org

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