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Therapy Made From Patient's Immune System Shows Promise For Advanced Breast Cancer

An experimental therapy seems to have eradicated cancer in a patient with metastatic breast cancer who had failed every other treatment. The goal is to reliably repeat that success in more people.

Amsterdam Blues Slim
Lines Glow Portico Quartet
Chime Out Nightmares on Wax
I Get Overwhelmed Dark Rooms
The Red Strings Club fingerspit
When the Sky Falls

Former President Bill Clinton listens during a Monday interview about The President is Missing, a novel he wrote with James Patterson. Bebeto Matthews/AP hide caption

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In Bill Clinton's New Thriller, A (Fictional) President Faces Impeachment

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The Hungry Years Lowercase Noises

Jack Phillips, owner of Masterpiece Cake, is hugged by a supporter after a rally on the campus of a Christian college in November. David Zalubowski/AP hide caption

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In Narrow Opinion, Supreme Court Rules For Baker In Gay-Rights Case

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Protesters demonstrate outside the prime minister's office in Amman late on June 2, as security forces stand on alert. Khalil Mazraawi/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Jordan's Prime Minister Resigns Amid Protests Against Austerity

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"I'm one of the lucky ones," says Judy Perkins, of the immunotherapy treatment she got. The experimental approach seems to have eradicated her metastatic breast cancer." Courtesy of Judy Perkins hide caption

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Therapy Made From Patient's Immune System Shows Promise For Advanced Breast Cancer

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Rep. Jeff Denham, R-Calif., (left) speaks next to Rep. David Valadao, R-Calif., and Rep. Will Hurd, R-Texas, during a May 9 news conference on a discharge petition to force votes on immigration legislation. Jacquelyn Martin/AP hide caption

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Immigration Clash In Congress Coming In June

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