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By THE MEDIA LINE
April 17, 2014 16:32
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The operating room of Soroka Medical Center.. (photo credit: SOROKA MEDICAL CENTER)

 
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Dr. Larry Norton, the deputy physician-in-chief of Memorial Sloane Kettering Cancer Center in New York, is hailed by many as one of the foremost cancer researchers in the United States.

While in Israel for a recent conference that Beersheba’s Soroka Medical Center hosted, he spoke with The Media Line, highlighting the new frontiers in cancer research.

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