Cancer treatment potential discovered in gene repair mechanism

Case Western Reserve researchers have identified a two-pronged therapeutic approach that shows great potential for weakening and then defeating cancer cells. The team’s complex mix of genetic and biochemical experiments unearthed a way to increase the presence of a tumor-suppressing protein which, in turn, gives it the strength to direct cancer cells toward a path that leads to their destruction. The breakthrough detailed appeared in the Nov. 24 online edition of the journal PNAS. —> Read More Here


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