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Cancer killing gene found

  March, 20 2002 3:14
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Cancer killing gene found
Cancer killing gene found by Dartmouth researchers
Dartmouth Medical School cancer researchers have identified a gene that triggers the death of leukemia cells, opening a novel target for anti-cancer drugs.
National Institutes of Health

Stephen Snyder
Dartmouth Medical School

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