Published in Cancer Weekly, May 25th, 1998
The findings provide direct evidence for the cause of a genetic disorder, called Nijmegen Breakage Syndrome (NBS), that greatly increases the risk of cancer, as well as broader insights into a fundamental system that can lead to malignancy when it fails to function properly.
The Wisconsin research is featured in the May 1, 1998, issue of Cell, and appeared in the April 24, 1998, issue of Science.
NBS is a rare genetic disorder, similar and...
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