Clues found regarding tumor suppressor gene’s breast cancer activity

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Researchers at the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center have revealed how the gene HOXA5 may work to suppress formation of breast cancers. A new study indicates that it binds to another protein in an inflammatory cell pathway, boosting that protein’s cancer-suppressing properties.

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