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New treatment helps breast cancer patients keep their hair

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News video: New treatment helps breast cancer patients keep their hairA new treatment option using cold caps can help many breast cancer patients keep their hair during chemotherapy. CBS News' Barry Petersen and his wife, breast cancer survivor Mary Nell Wolff, join CBSN to discuss how they work.

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