Key breast cancer gene found.

Scientists say they have identified a master switch that appears to control the dynamic behaviour of tumour cells which make some aggressive cancers difficult to treat.
The findings published in the journal ‘Cancer Cell’. could open new avenues for diagnosing and treating aggressive breast cancer as well as some other cancers.
The gene Sox10 directly controls the growth and invasion of a significant fraction of hard-to-treat-tripe negative breast cancers, opine researchers.

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