• Targeting the 'clock gene' in obesity to slow triple-negative breast cancer

    7 monthes ago - By Fierce Biotech

    Scientists at City of Hope discovered that prediabetic and obese mice that lacked the BMAL1 protein, which is made by a gene involved in circadian rhythms, suffered from accelerated tumor growth in triple-negative breast cancer. They believe the finding could point to new treatment targets, as well as prevention strategies for overweight people.
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