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Stanford treats first U.S. cancer patient using breakthrough treatment for melanoma

The Food and Drug Administration approved a cell-based therapy for patients who have tried immunotherapy and have no other viable options. Stanford treated the first patient in the country using that therapy. CBS News Bay Area anchor Ryan Yamamoto asks Dr. Allison Betof Warner from Stanford Health Care how the treatment works, and why it's considered such a breakthrough
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