Breast Cancer Gene Seen to Respond in Polar Ways, Either Promoting or Inhibiting Tumors

Breast Cancer Gene Seen to Respond in Polar Ways, Either Promoting or Inhibiting Tumors
Researchers in Singapore have discovered how the gene EZH2, known to promote several types of cancer, is activated in breast cancer and lymphomas. Their findings, which may lead to new and more effective therapies for EZH2-associated cancer, especially triple negative breast cancer, were summarized in two studies recently published in the journals PNAS and Blood. In one study, titled “HIFI-α activation underlies

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