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Johns Hopkins University is trying to get young researchers early in their careers — students, doctoral candidates, and oncology fellows and residents — to come up with inventive new ways to beat metastatic cancer, reports Vanessa Wasta in The JHU Gazette. Last week, five finalists for the John G. Rangos Medal of Honor in Creative Thinking — chosen from 44 entrants — presented their ideas in front of an audience and a panel of faculty judges, which chose the top three winners.

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