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However, researchers believe they have struck upon a potential cure for the disease after finding a mouse had the ability to battle aggressive cancers.

Now, the surprised scientists are looking for human versions of the cancer-immune ‘supermouse’ and are starting a multi-million pound research project aimed at finding a cure.

Scientists are to search for special individuals whose immune systems provide a powerful defence against cancer.

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