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Gene discovery at Cambridge University sparks hope for new throat cancer treatment

Cambridge University scientists have discovered a gene linked to throat cancer which could lead to a new treatment within five years.
Around 8,500 people are diagnosed with notoriously difficult-to-fight oesophageal cancer in the UK every year
http://www.cambridge-news.co.uk/Health/Health-news/Gene-discovery-at-Cambridge-University-sparks-hope-for-new-throat-cancer-treatment-20140508172437.htm
 

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