What's The Cure In The Race Against Breast Cancer?

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 Breast cancer survivors stand to form the shape of a pink ribbon at a Susan G. Komen Foundation charity race in Tyler, Texas, in 2004. i

Breast cancer survivors stand to form the shape of a pink ribbon at a Susan G. Komen Foundation charity race in Tyler, Texas, in 2004. Tom Worner/AP hide caption

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 Breast cancer survivors stand to form the shape of a pink ribbon at a Susan G. Komen Foundation charity race in Tyler, Texas, in 2004.

Breast cancer survivors stand to form the shape of a pink ribbon at a Susan G. Komen Foundation charity race in Tyler, Texas, in 2004.

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In this week's podcast of weekends on All Things Considered, a look at breast cancer and where we are in the search for a cure. Plus, the future of kid's books, the Website Recordsetter, and a new running app where you get chased by zombies. Also, "Bloodland," and country singer Gretchen Peters.

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