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Switch Of A Gene Turns Cancer Cells Healthy In Mice, Stanford Scientists Find

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Posted on Oct 13, 2004, 3 p.m. By Bill Freeman

New research by Dean Felsher, MD, PhD, assistant professor of medicine (oncology) and of pathology at the Stanford University School of Medicine, suggests that cancer cells can be reformed. His work, published in the Oct. 10 advance online issue of Nature, could lead to new ways of treating the most common forms of cancer.
New research by Dean Felsher, MD, PhD, assistant professor of medicine (oncology) and of pathology at the Stanford University School of Medicine, suggests that cancer cells can be reformed. His work, published in the Oct. 10 advance online issue of Nature, could lead to new ways of treating the most common forms of cancer.
http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2004/10/041012090259.htm

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