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Can cancer be treated by changing its cells?

11 mins | Apr 7, 2022
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Potentially successful treatment could be all about helping cells remember. Tumours grow when cells lose their biological identity. A promising therapeutic might restore their sense of self. Lina Zeldovich takes a closer look into the research and work of David Spector, a cell and molecular biologist at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. He's working on a drug that could neutralise the overexpression of an RNA molecule enabling breast cancer to spread.
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