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Hamilton College Researchers Discover Molecules With the Potential to Treat Breast Cancer


May 4, 2007

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Hamilton College researchers have identified molecules that have been shown to be effective in the fight against breast cancer. A paper detailing the research, "Computational Design and Experimental Discovery of an Anti-estrogenic Peptide Derived from Alpha-Fetoprotein," will be published in the May 16 issue of the Journal of American Chemical Society. Full Story

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