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A shocking noninvasive treatment for skin cancer uses electrical pulses.
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An antimicrobial substance in pine tree bark may have a use for treating skin cancer.
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Treating cancer from the inside out.
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Is cancer is more of a primitive response to a body malfunction than an attack of genetic mutants?
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New diagnostic tool could lower number of unnecessary surgeries.
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New delivery method, still in development, could reduce chemotherapy's side effects.
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