NewsNet5: School of Medicine researchers found a gene that transforms normal cells into cells that behave like cancer—opening a door for researchers to find new cancer therapies. The discovery by the team, led by assistant professor Mark Jackson, found one of only two breast cancer-developing genes identified in the last six years.
CWRU researchers discover gene contributing to cancer development
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