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The Cancer Fight

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There are many cancer types, but there are also a number of ways to tackle the problem of stopping the disease in its tracks. Some researchers are applying the latest cutting-edge tools, like those of synthetic biology, to advance knowledge on all of cancer's different incarnations, while others are busy working on next year's best new tool or method, like better labeling approaches. Others still are puzzling out how to move all this new knowledge into the clinic

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