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Upstate Medical University Research Provides Insight Into Cause of Rare Blood Cancer

In a laboratory study, Upstate Medical University researcher Golam Mohi, Ph.D., his graduate student Yue Yang, and colleagues, have found that the loss of gene EZH2 promotes the development of Myelofibrosis (MF) in mice. The findings create a new pathway for study into the cause of MF and provide new therapeutic targets to block the progression of this rare form of blood cancer.
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