Skin cancer-promoting gene discovered

Researchers have discovered a gene that plays a central role in black skin cancer, also known as melanoma. Suppressing this gene in mice inhibits the development of melanoma and its proliferation – a discovery that could pave the way for new forms of therapy.

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