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Derailing Tumor Formation Earlier?

April 30, 2013

Reading Time: 2 minutes By Laura Bailey, U-M News Service Ann Arbor, MI — April 30, 2013 — Cancer cells are wily, well-traveled adversaries, constantly side-stepping treatments to stop their spread. But for the first time, scientists at the University of Michigan have decoded the molecular chatter that ramps certain cancer cells into overdrive and can cause tumors to …

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Derailing Tumor Formation Earlier?

April 30, 2013

Reading Time: < 1 minute Ann Arbor, MI — April 30, 2013 — Research at the University of Michigan School of Dentistry may reveal clues that might make it possible to develop drugs pharmaceutically to derail tumor formation earlier.  Dr. Russell Taichman and research associate Younghun Jung have published a paper that may shed some light on the molecular messages …

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