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Subtle molecular changes along the upper digestive tract could guide cancer therapy

(Georgetown University Medical Center) Based on a new molecular study of tissues biopsied from various parts of the upper digestive tract, researchers at Georgetown Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center have identified significant, if subtle, differences in gene mutations and other factors that could help in developing more tailored treatment options for cancer patients.
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