Master Regulator That Drives Majority of Lymphoma Discovered, Weill Cornell Medical College Study
5/14/2013 7:10:20 AM
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A soon-to-be-tested class of drug inhibitors were predicted to help a limited number of patients with B-cell lymphomas with mutations affecting the EZH2 protein. However, a research team, led by investigators at Weill Cornell Medical College, now report that these agents may, in fact, help a much broader cross section of lymphoma patients.
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