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This Week in BMC Cancer

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In BMC Cancer this week, researchers in China say that over-expression of microRNAs in the miRNA-183 family is a risk factor for lung cancer. The team examined the expression of miRNAs 96, 182, and 183 in 70 paired samples from lung cancer patients as well as 44 serum samples from healthy individuals, and found that expression levels of these miRNAs in lung cancer tumor tissue and serum were higher than in their normal counterparts.

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