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Accuboost: Beating Breast Cancer

New radiation treatment helps treat breast cancer without invasive techniques.  Barbara Morse Silva reports.Full story

Will Miracle Drugs Get to Market?

  Ronald Ennis, M.D., St. Luke's/Roosevelt director of Radiation Oncology, Sally Pipes, Pacific Research Institute President & CEO, provide insight on paying for pricey drugs and medical treatment.

Baby bottle joins cancer fight

  Sept. 18: Medical specialists use lead-filled baby bottle nipples to help with radiation treatment for a rare form of eye cancer. WAVE's Lori Lyle reports.

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