Duke Cancer Center MRI technician Miguel Rosario adjusts a set of headphones for brain cancer patient Stephanie Lipscomb, 22, at the start of a 20-minute MRI scan series on a large Siemens 3 tesla scanner at Duke Cancer Center on Monday afternoon, July 15, 2013.
Duke Cancer Center MRI technician Miguel Rosario adjusts a set of headphones for brain cancer patient Stephanie Lipscomb, 22, at the start of a 20-minute MRI scan series on a large Siemens 3 tesla scanner at Duke Cancer Center on Monday afternoon, July 15, 2013. hlynch@newsobserver.com
Duke Cancer Center MRI technician Miguel Rosario adjusts a set of headphones for brain cancer patient Stephanie Lipscomb, 22, at the start of a 20-minute MRI scan series on a large Siemens 3 tesla scanner at Duke Cancer Center on Monday afternoon, July 15, 2013. hlynch@newsobserver.com

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