Using healthy skin to identify cancer’s origins: Cancer-associated DNA changes in 25 per cent of normal skin cells

21 mayo 2015

Normal skin contains an unexpectedly high number of cancer-associated mutations, according to a study. The findings illuminate the first steps cells take towards becoming a cancer and demonstrate the value of analyzing normal tissue to learn more about the origins of the disease.
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