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Research Points to New Target for Stopping Colon Cancer


August 17, 2009

biology graphic New research led by scientists at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine have found a drug target that suggests a potent way to kill colon cancers that resist current drugs aimed at blocking a molecule found on the surface of cells. Full Story

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