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Breast Cancer Research Offers Hope for Hard-to-Treat Cases

Researchers are exploring a connection between aggressive breast cancer and a gene involved in regulating a natural cell process of recycling unneeded components.

X-Ray Technologist Donna Fehl, prepares to scan a patient on a mobile mammogram machine at a clinic in Port Arthur, Texas, M…

Researchers are exploring a connection between aggressive breast cancer and a gene involved in regulating a natural cell process of recycling unneeded components. The findings could point toward a new way of treating some of the most aggressive, hard-to-treat forms of breast cancer. (Bio News Texas)

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