Patients with some forms of aggressive esophageal cancers may benefit from treatment targeting how cells self-regulate

Research led by Case Western Reserve University has identified a promising path to developing therapies to treat esophageal tumors––a form of cancer that not only is among the most deadly, but also has been occurring at increasing rates over the past decade.

This article was originally published on MedicalXpress.com

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