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Cancer may never be wiped out, study shows

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Cancer may never be wiped out, study shows

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Since 1971, the National Cancer Institute has spent $90 billion on research and treatments. Cancer expert Dr. David Agus joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss whether we can really find a cure for the disease.

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