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Growing arsenal may serve Kennedy

New drugs, therapies isolate, target a tumor

Senator Edward M. Kennedy was upbeat as he left Massachusetts General Hospital yesterday morning with family, including niece Caroline Kennedy. Senator Edward M. Kennedy was upbeat as he left Massachusetts General Hospital yesterday morning with family, including niece Caroline Kennedy. (George Rizer/Globe Staff)
By Stephen Smith and Carey Goldberg
Globe Staff / May 22, 2008

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Until a few years ago, patients stricken with cancerous brain tumors had precious few treatment options. There was surgery and radiation and not much else. (Full article: 1103 words)

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