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What Causes Breast Cancer? These Families Want To Help Find Out

Many things raise the risk for cancer, including exposure to various toxins and radiation. But our knowledge about the range of chemicals and compounds that can trigger cancer is limited.

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The 50 Most Effective Ways To Transform The Developing World

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UNC Tar Heels head basketball coach Dean Smith gives instructions during a 1997 playoff game against the Colorado Buffaloes. Smith died Saturday. He was 83. Doug Pensinger/Getty Images hide caption

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'Gentleman And Coach' Dean Smith Did What He Believed In

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Iran's President Hassan Rouhani waves during a rally to mark the 36th anniversary of the Islamic revolution at Azadi Square in Tehran on Wednesday. President Hassan Rouhani delivered a speech saying the world needs Iran to help stabilize the troubled Middle East, in remarks pointing to wider ramifications of a deal over its disputed nuclear program. Ahmad Halabisaz/Xinhua/Landov hide caption

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On Revolution Day, Iran's President Calls For A 'Win-Win' Nuke Deal

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Amit Peled is preparing to re-create a century-old cello recital by Pablo Casals, using the master's own instrument. Here, he shows if off in NPR's Washington, D.C., studios. Colin Marshall/NPR hide caption

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What It Means To Play Pablo Casals' Cello

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What Causes Breast Cancer? These Families Want To Help Find Out

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