Surviving Cervical Cancer, “Fostering” a Home for the Abused and Neglected, Kids Rock Cancer through Musical Therapy, and More, October 2010

This edition of Impact takes you inside the lab of a scientist at the University of Missouri-St. Louis who’s work could wipe out one of the leading causes of cervical cancer. We also visit a place few have heard about but the work they do is changing lives everyday for thousands diagnosed with the country’s number one disorder. And you don’t want to miss the big green machine that turns loads of trash into an environmentally safe liquid that goes straight down the drain.

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Surviving Cervical Cancer, “Fostering” a Home for the Abused and Neglected, Kids Rock Cancer through Musical Therapy, and More, October 2010

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