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Microscopic ‘Glove’ Could Lead to Breakthrough in Cancer Treatments

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Stanford researchers say a receptor they created prevented a cancer-causing molecule from bonding in mice with pancreatic and ovarian cancer.
A new treatment that works on the molecular level in a fashion similar to a baseball glove could be the next breakthrough in the fight against two deadly cancers. Read More . . .

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