Published in Cancer Weekly, March 28th, 2000
Another kind of defect, one that turns off genes without changing their DNA, is also at work, and probably to a much greater degree than ever suspected.
The findings, published recently in the journal Nature Genetics, strongly suggest that an unknown number of genes - over and above those affected by mutations - are involved in the cancer process.
"Science has been studying...
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