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Gene found to contribute to deadly form of breast cancer

  October, 16 2000 2:02
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Gene found to contribute to deadly form of breast cancer

University of Michigan researchers have found that a gene recently implicated in liver, skin and pancreas cancer can cause an especially deadly kind of breast cancer, and may help explain why it grows, spreads and sometimes proves deadly so quickly.

National Intstitutes of Health, Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, others

Contact: Kara Gavin
University of Michigan Health System

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