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1. Scientists are on the brink of a breakthrough in the treatment of cancer.
2. Scientists are claiming a major breakthrough in the fight against cancer.
3. We have achieved a real breakthrough in the search for peace.
4. Scientists are hoping for a breakthrough in the search for a cure for cancer.Sentencedict
5. This may have been an improvement, but "breakthrough" was an overstatement.
6. The new cancer drug is a revolutionary breakthrough.
7. These results represent a major breakthrough in Aids research.
8. This drug has been heralded as a major breakthrough in the fight against breast cancer.
9. God willing, there will be a breakthrough.
10. Scientists have made a major breakthrough in their fight against AIDS.
11. Scientists have made a major breakthrough in the treatment of cancer.
12. Jo was only 19 when he got his breakthrough as a DJ.
13. The company looks poised to make a significant breakthrough in China.
14. Surgeons have made a great breakthrough in the kidney transplantation.
15. The new deal represents a major breakthrough for the company.
16. This discovery was perceived as a major breakthrough.
17. Scientists have made a breakthrough in their treatment of that disease.
18. The crucial breakthrough came almost by accident.
19. A major breakthrough in negotiations has been achieved.
20. Scientists at Merck were nearing a breakthrough on a new drug to treat HIV.
21. There could be a sudden breakthrough in nuclear fusion or the cost equation of photo-electric energy.
22. In other words, a technological breakthrough supposedly ushered in new symbolic meanings.
23. If such materials became generally available to the optics industry the payoffs from such a breakthrough would be enormous.
24. They announced, amid much ballyhoo, that they had made a breakthrough.
25. Downing Street announced last night that peace talks with the IRA had lead to a breakthrough.
26. Scientists the world over have been waiting for this breakthrough.
27. With breast cancer, as with many common diseases, there is no obvious breakthrough on the horizon.
28. Composed in 1849, Sellers says the piece owes its life to a technological breakthrough: the invention of the valve.
29. However, elements on both sides oppose further compromise, and on Monday there was little optimism about a breakthrough.
30. The early 1990s - not the twenty-first century - will witness this breakthrough.
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