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Cancer patients in the north now able to stay closer to family

Premier Christy Clark views the new radiation equipment at the Cancer Centre for the North (Marissa Harvey/CBC)

For the first time, cancer patients in northern B.C. will be able to get radiation treatment in Prince George. The official opening of the B.C. Cancer Agency Centre for the North was on Monday. Daybreak's Marissa Harvey was there, and brought back some sounds and voices -- from a surgeon, a cancer survivor, and B.C.'s premier.

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