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Virginia Harrod, an attorney and county prosecutor who lives in rural Kentucky, survived breast cancer, only to develop lymphedema, which sent her to the hospital three times with serious infections. A lymph node transplant helped restore her immune system. Luke Sharrett for NPR hide caption

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She Survived Breast Cancer, But Says A Treatment Side Effect 'Almost Killed' Her

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Many arms, one robot: the business end of the da Vinci system is seen in this media handout image from the manufacturer. Mark Clifford/Courtesy of Intuitive Surgical, Inc. hide caption

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The allegations of NCAA rule violations at the University of Miami are only the latest in a string of high-profile college football scandals. In today's first hour, we'll talk with the Yahoo! News reporter who broke the latest scandal and talk about what, if anything, can be done to reduce further violations. Mad House Photography hide caption

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