NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 30, 2002
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(New York: Robert Bazell) New tests to detect a breast cancer tumor's genetic "fingerprint" and determine whether a patient's tumor is likely to recur examined. [Cancer patient Lynn RIDDLE - says chemotherapy makes her sick.] [Rosetta Inpharmatics Dr. Stephen FRIEND - says knowing about the risk of tumor regrowth will impact patients' lives.] [Duke University Medical Center Dr. Matthew ELLIS - says the test could be a potential "revolution in treatment".]
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