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October 17, 2013

In this episode of Pittsburgh 360, we bring you a report on what has become the leading cause of cancer death among women, lung cancer. Then we’ll head over to a very unlikely space for art, a pre-World War II blast furnace. Contributor Dave Crawley takes us inside the world of competitive marble shooting and you’ll get a preview of the special, Stories from the Stands.


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In this episode of Pittsburgh 360, we bring you a report on what has become the leading cause of cancer death among women, lung cancer. Then we’ll head over to a very unlikely space for art, a pre-World War II blast furnace. Contributor Dave Crawley takes us inside the world of competitive marble shooting and you’ll get a preview of the special, Stories from the Stands.


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