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Healthy Living: Treating Cervical Cancer

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4,000 women in the U.S. will die, and another 12,000 will be diagnosed with cervical cancer this year alone.

While there's no cure, researchers are excited about a new therapy that could improve and even extend the lives of patients with recurring or advanced disease.

Crystal Oko has more in tonight's Healthy Living.

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