Cell Weakness Targeted to Treat Breast Cancer

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Researchers in England are exploring a potential new breast cancer treatment that would take advantage of a genetic weakness in cancer cells that normal cells do not have. The new discovery could lead to more effective and easier treatment for millions of people affected by the disease.

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