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NEW YORK (Precision Oncology News) – Over the course of a year, Carol Gibbs watched her husband of 31 years succumb to a cancer so rare that there are only around 100 cases described in the scientific literature. A tumor was initially detected in his neck in the summer of 2016, but over the course of that year, the cancer cells had deftly mutated, spread throughout his body, even to his brain, and evaded all attempts at treatment. 

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