Scientists Discover Origins of Facial Cancer in Tasmanian Devils
Australian scientists claim to have discovered the origins of a bizarre and mysterious facial cancer which has been victimising Tasmanian devils. This discovery could open up the possibility of devising a life-saving vaccine for these marsupials.
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