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Why elephants hardly ever get cancer and how that can help us

12:10pm Friday 9th October 2015 content supplied byNHS Choices

"Elephants have enhanced defences against cancer that can prevent tumours forming," BBC News reports. Just 1 in 20 elephants die of cancer, compared with around 1 in 5 humans. Researchers wanted to see why this is…

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