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Documentary features Seattle researcher who discovered how to light up cancer cells

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Documentary features Seattle researcher who discovered how to light up cancer cells

November 02, 2012

http://www.bizjournals.com/seattle/print-edition/2012/11/02/patti-payne-documentary-features.html

 

Source - Puget Sound Business Journal


A Seattle-originated, three-minute documentary called “Bringing Light” has a chance of being shown at the Sundance Film Festival in January. The title “Bringing Light” comes from a presentation by Dr. Jim Olson about a molecule that makes cancer cells literally light up. Olson is a pediatric oncologist with Seattle Children’s Hospital.

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