Cancer deactivates fighting genes more broadly than believed

04/23/2006 | Australian (tiered subscription model), The

Australian researchers theorize cancer cells are able to deactivate genes that fight cancers in a broader way than previously believed, making possible new types of treatments. The scientists said large regions of DNA are deactivated near the cancer cell, not just the genes inside the cancerous tissue, which has been the leading theory.

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