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UF surgeons, particle engineers receive federal grants to research breast cancer treatments

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The U.S. Department of Defense has awarded a University of Florida surgeon and the College of Engineering with a grant to do additional research on breast cancer treatments that may eliminate the need for radiation. Denise Burgess reports.

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