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Healthy Living: Cooking Away Tumors

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Pancreatic cancer is one of the deadliest forms of the disease.  

Only 6% of patients will survive 5 years or longer.  

Now doctors have found a way to help patients when their cancer spreads and options are limited.  

In today's Healthy Living see how they are cooking away tumors.  

 

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