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CBS Sunday Morning (March 12) Focuses on “Beyond Cancer”

On March 12, Dr. Jon LaPook anchored a special broadcast with the latest news on research, diagnosis and treatments, and stories of survivors.

To watch the full March 12 episode, go to:  http://www.cbsnews.com/latest/sunday-morning/ 

Featured stories include:

How your breath may reveal cancer
Researchers have learned certain cancers alter human breath.  Now they are exploring the possibility of using a breath test as a diagnostic tool.

Turning tragedy into a videogame memorial
A video game chronicles a young boy’s battle with cancer.

The movement against over-treating cancer
The pendulum of aggressive cancer treatment is swinging.

New hope for children with cancer

Sheryl Crow:  Singer, cancer survivor

Food and Cancer

How dogs may help fight bone cancer

Pediatric cancer:  Miracles in small packages

Cancer clusters:  The hunt for a killer

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