Scientists have learned how to interrupt cancer cell growth; allowing them to prevent cancer’s adaptation to treatment

(Natural News) It has been 16 years since the human genome was decoded — an accomplishment that scientists hoped would someday prove useful in cancer therapy. There was an optimistic, if not naive, belief that we could simply “switch off” cancer-causing genes. Nevertheless, oncologists are still encountering problems with this concept more than a decade…

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