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Janet Rowley Dies

Cancer geneticist Janet Rowley has died, the Associated Press reports. She was 88. Working at the University of Chicago, Rowley studied leukemia and connected the disease to genetic aberrations. In particular, she uncovered translocations within leukemic cells. The AP notes that this discovery led to new treatments for leukemia.

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