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A common nerve protein elevated in aggressive neuroblastomas

(Georgetown University Medical Center) A protein produced by nerve cells appears to be elevated in the blood of those with an aggressive form of neuroblastoma. The finding could potentially lead to a prognostic test for the disease or be used to monitor its progress.
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