Study: Cancer growth inhibited in people with Down syndrome

05/21/2009 | U.S. News & World Report

People with Down syndrome rarely develop many types of cancer because of two genes, a finding that may eventually help scientists develop new cancer treatments, according to a study in Nature. Because people with Down syndrome have an extra chromosome, they get a third copy of genes that may prevent a tumor from getting the nutrients that allow it to grow.

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