NIH researchers identify novel genes that may drive rare, aggressive form of uterine cancer
Serous endometrial tumors account for some of the most difficult to treat cancers of the uterine lining
Researchers have identified several genes that are linked to one of the most lethal forms of uterine cancer, serous endometrial cancer. The researchers describe how three of the genes found in the study are frequently altered in the disease, suggesting that the genes drive the development of tumors.
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