NIH study builds on previous UMMS research into chemoresistance in breast, ovarian cancer

NIH study builds on previous UMMS research into chemoresistance in breast, ovarian cancer

A new NIH study published in Nature, based on research by Sharon Cantor, PhD, helps scientists better understand how hereditary breast and ovarian cancer genes function in the repair of broken DNA. Members of Dr. Cantor’s lab contributed to the study.

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