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Disfiguring tumors in infants vanish

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July 17, 2013
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It’s not magic, it’s medicine that’s making tumors disappear in babies. Now, an old drug is being used in a new way to make these tumors go away. Ten percent of newborns will develop hemangioma, a benign tumor, like Myla Hershey.


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