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NCI-grant explores potential of likely tumor-suppressor gene in kidney cancer

(Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University) A poorly understood gene that appears super-suppressed in African-Americans with kidney cancer may be a biomarker of a patient's prognosis and a new target for improving it, researchers say.
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