Colorectal Cancer Gene Implicated in Broad Range of Solid Tumors

Colorectal Cancer Gene Implicated in Broad Range of Solid Tumors

A gene associated with colorectal cancer appears to also play a role in the development of other solid tumors, according to a study of over 350,000 patient biopsy samples conducted by researchers at the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center, the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and Foundation Medicine.

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