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New research indicates key protein may directly impact development of colon cancer

(Boston University Medical Center) Researchers have discovered a new role of a protein that, if manipulated, may help suppress colorectal cancer (CRC) growth. The discovery, published online by Oncotarget journal, may lead to new therapies in managing patients with CRC.
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