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Cancer Treatment: Are Personalized Molecular Profiles in...

  • Aired: 01/13/2012
  • 08:41
  • Rating: E
In the 40 years since the federal government promised to find a cure for cancer, hundreds of billions of dollars have been spent and much has been learned. Still, the diseases continue to claim more lives each year. Health correspondent Betty Ann Bowser reports on the past, present and future of cancer treatment.
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