August 27, 2007
DNA Provides Clues To Outcome In Patients With Liver CancerTopics: Medicine
Researchers at the National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, are shedding some light on molecular pathways activated by the triggers of liver cancer, and are showing that the extent to which the genome of a person's liver cancer cells is modified by a process known as methylation, correlating with clinical outcome. The researchers suggest that preventing aberrant methylation or targeting the genes whose expression is altered by the aberrant methylation might provide new targets for the treatment of liver cancer.
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