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Hampton Bays High School Student Scientist Hopes Her Cancer Research Makes An Impact

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Hampton Bays High School senior Lily Simpson-Heavy

Hampton Bays High School senior Lily Simpson-Heavy

Lily Simpson-Heavy with mentor Dr Jos Melenhorst.

Lily Simpson-Heavy with mentor Dr Jos Melenhorst.

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authorKitty Merrill on Sep 21, 2021
When Lily Simpson-Heavy was in the eighth grade, she already knew what studies she wanted to pursue in high school, and beyond. Her Uncle Rocky Mandile had lung cancer due... more

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