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Shutting Down Backup Genes Leads to Cancer Remission in Mice

September 21, 2022

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Presented by Michigan News

The fight to beat cancer is ongoing, but a group of researchers from the University of Michigan and Indiana University may have developed a breakthrough in treating the disease. Their findings suggest that the way tumor cells enable their uncontrolled growth is also a weakness that can be harnessed to treat cancer. Deepak Nagrath, a U-M associate professor of biomedical engineering, believes that this new precision medicine approach may revolutionize how we treat cancer.

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