Published in Women's Health Weekly, November 6th, 1995
Dr. John C. Reed, Scientific Director at La Jolla Cancer Research Foundation, California, published his data in the October 1, 1995, issue of Cancer Research.
The Bax protein plays a role in the control mechanisms of a normal cell, timed cell death. This process, known as apoptosis, is an important counterbalance to new cell production in most normal tissue, including the breast.
One of the hallmarks of cancer is uncontrolled cell growth. In some instances this uncontrolled growth results from the failure...
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