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Researchers uncover 80 potential ways of targeting prostate cancer

An international team, led by scientists at The Institute of Cancer Research (London, UK), has conducted the largest, most comprehensive study into the genes that drive prostate cancer. The recently published study opened up 60 new potential lines of attack against prostate cancer for future investigation, in addition to identifying many new genes associated with the development of the disease.
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