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Immunotherapy offers hope for some cancer patients

 

Immune therapy drugs work by coaxing white blood cells that usually fight bacteria and viruses to kill cancer cells. For now, the drugs usually work in only about 20 to 40 percent of patients and doctors can't yet predict which ones. NBC’s Robert Bazell reports.

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