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Bleach Technology Donated For Cancer Research

CINCINNATI (AP) - Technology developed by the Procter & Gamble
Co.  to bleach clothes as they hang in the sun could be used to
fight cancer.

http://www.intelihealth.com/enews?301400


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> * Studies: Public Defibrillators Save
> * Study Finds Possible New Culprit In Heart Disease
> * Bleach Technology Donated For Cancer Research
> * Genetic Fingerprinting Finds Unexpected Sources Of Food Poisoning
> * Robots Successful At Heart Surgery
> * New Colon Cancer Test Developed
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> Studies: Public Defibrillators Save
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> http://www.intelihealth.com/enews?301397
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> Study Finds Possible New Culprit In Heart Disease
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> SPRINGFIELD, Massachusetts (AP) - Researchers have pinpointed an
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> Bleach Technology Donated For Cancer Research
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> CINCINNATI (AP) - Technology developed by the Procter & Gamble
> Co.  to bleach clothes as they hang in the sun could be used to
> fight cancer.
>
> http://www.intelihealth.com/enews?301400
> _
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> Genetic Fingerprinting Finds Unexpected Sources Of Food Poisoning
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> Robots Successful At Heart Surgery
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> http://www.intelihealth.com/enews?301387
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> New Colon Cancer Test Developed
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> MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Researchers at the Mayo Clinic have developed
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