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The National | Sep 30, 2012 | 3:15

Misunderstood cancer research

It's important not to misrepresent scientific discoveries in the field of cancer research to patients, says Dr. Ben Neel, director of the Ontario Cancer Institute at Toronto's Princess Margaret Hospital.

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