'Largest science project' using Diamond synchrotron

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Researchers at the UK's biggest science facility are hoping to find a way to speed up the diagnosis of cancer.

The Diamond synchrotron in Oxfordshire can be used to help research in everything from health care to archaeology.

Fergus Walsh explains how the facility could help improve future diagnoses - and treatment.

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