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    50 years of the War on Cancer

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  • Overall cancer death rate continues to decline in the U.S.

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  • Ohio couple holds wedding at hospital for bride's mother battling cancer

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  • Doctor offers urgent warning during pandemic: Don’t skip cancer screenings

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  • Al Roker reveals he's been diagnosed with prostate cancer

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  • Program helps breast cancer patients reduce risk of heart disease

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  • How breast cancer treatment has changed over the years

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  • Gifts that give back: Products raising funds for breast cancer research

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  • Elizabeth Hurley on importance of self-checking to combat breast cancer

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  • Cal Ripken Jr. on early cancer detection: 'If you catch it early, you have a lot of options'

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  • NBC’s Kristen Dahlgren announces she is cancer-free

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  • Oregon residents stage parade to celebrate 6-year-old's cancer victory

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  • New colon cancer screening guidelines: What you need to know

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  • After a preventive double mastectomy, woman sues breast implant manufacturer over cancer-causing material

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  • Women warn others after receiving false test results of breast cancer risk

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  • Weight loss linked to prevention of breast cancer in new study

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  • Kristen Dahlgren shares her battle with breast cancer

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  • Revolutionary breast cancer researcher Dr. Bernard Fisher dies at 101

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  • Twin sisters diagnosed with breast cancer weeks apart

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  • Brooklyn chef Missy Robbins shares her breast cancer journey

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Unique treatment for early stage breast cancer

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Single dose intraoperative radiation was found to be just as effective as whole breast radiation at preventing breast cancer recurrence. The therapy delivers small amounts of radiation directly to the site of the lumpectomy cavity immediately following the removal of the tumor, which can be more convenient for patients. NBC’s Dr. Nancy Snyderman reports.