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MIAMI (CBSMiami) — Blueberries may one day lead to a treatment for cervical cancer.

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Scientists at the University of Missouri went into the lab to test whether blueberry extract could make cancer cells more responsive to radiation therapy.

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They found the combination decreased Cancer cells by 70 percent.

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Researchers hope to eventually test the blueberry extract on humans to see if it can help cancer patients.