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Researchers at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine used a combination of several mouse models to confirm a link between Down's syndrome and decreased solid tumor development. In further studies, they showed that the Ets2 gene acts as a repressor when it is over-expressed, so up-regulation of Ets2 may be protective in anyone, not just those with Down's. A news articles goes in depth.

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