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CBS Evening News for Thursday, Feb 20, 2020
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Tonight, we want to tell you about some new hope for cancer patients who wish to have a baby. A 34 year old cancer survivor has become the first to give birth to a rare type of fertility treatment. Meg Oliver has more on what's being called a breakthrough in reproductive science. You could see like on my neck. Last year, days before her 23rd birthday, Roshni Kamta was diagnosed with stage three breast cancer. I just couldn't believe that it was happening. Does breast cancer run in your family? N...

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