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Scientists Discover a Way to 'Turn Off Cancer' by Adding THIS to Cancer Cells

Wednesday, August 26, 2015
 

After a critical study at the US Mayo Clinic resulted in promising results, scientists are hailing the research as a crucial step closer to curing cancer.
By adding a simple molecule to cancerous breast and bladder cells, researchers found that they were able to turn the cells benign.
They used the PLEKHA7 protein which, if in the right quantities, is known to stop cell division with the help of microRNAs. If the signaling relationship between PLEKHA7 and microRNAs becomes deregulated or disrupted, it could lead to the growth of cancerous cells.
Now, researchers found that when they injected microRNA molecules into rapidly-expanding cancerous cells themselves, they were literally able to stop the cancer by ensuring that malignant cells didn't multiply out of control.

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