Published in AIDS Weekly, October 16th, 2000
Cachexia, which kills an estimated one-third of cancer patients, results from activation of a factor known as NF-kappa B, the new experiments show. NF-kappa B, a natural substance that attaches to DNA inside cell nuclei and turns genes...
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