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Removing microRNAs from triple-negative breast cancer cells can reverse its spread

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By: University of Westminster From: medicalxpress.com A new study led by the University of Westminster shows that removing small genetic parts of our genomes called microRNAs from triple negative breast cancer cells can reverse its spread. The study, published in the International Journal of Molecular Sciences, also identified that microRNAs could be targeted for early detection and treatment of triple …