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A Few Snags

An Australian research project evaluating the use of personalized medicine for the treatment of pancreatic cancer patients has run into a number of snarls, the Sydney Morning Herald reports. The doctors have not yet been able to treat a single patient, the paper adds, as delays mount.

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