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In a new study published in Cancer Cell, researchers from the Cancer Institute of New Jersey in New Brunswick and the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, NJ, have identified two compounds that may correct a common cancer-associated mutation, reports The Star-Ledger's Seth Augenstein.

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