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A link between cancer and polycystic kidney disease?

 
  May, 1 2001 0:15
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Researchers link cancer suppressor to polycystic kidney disease control


Researchers at the CIIT Centers for Health Research and the University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center have discovered that a tumor suppressor gene that inhibits kidney cancer also controls a major gene for polycystic kidney disease. The findings provide insights that may lead to new therapies.

Contact:
Bob Nellis
nellis@ciit.org
919-558-1310
CIIT Centers for Health Research


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