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Study to Target High Liver Cancer Rates Among South Texas Hispanics

Hispanics in South Texas suffer from liver cancer at twice the rate of the rest of the nation, and as Eileen Pace of Texas Public Radio reports, the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas has awarded scientists $2 million to find out why.

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Hispanics in South Texas suffer from liver cancer at twice the rate of the rest of the nation, and as Eileen Pace of Texas Public Radio reports, the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas has awarded scientists $2 million to find out why.

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