SignalGene Identifies Gene that Protects Against Breast Cancer | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, Aug. 9 – SignalGene said it had identified a gene involved in helping to protect women against breast cancer.

The finding, which could lead to lucrative treatments, also lends support to the study of isolated populations as a way of identifying disease-related genes.

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