Identifying Breast Cancer Risks


By Molly Clifton

Researchers have discovered a mutant gene that causes breast cancer to spread.

Scientists at Case Western in Cleveland say the gene creates a protein that makes cancer cells travel or metastasize.

They say this finding could help identify women who are at risk, and lead to new drugs to keep cancer from spreading.

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