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Small RNA Molecules Block Breast Cancer from Spreading via Newly Identified Secreted Factor

The role of genes and proteins in cancer control is well known, but now researchers at Jefferson’s Kimmel Cancer Center have found a cluster of microRNA (miRNA) molecules that act to suppress the invasive spread of breast cancer. MiRNAs are non-coding small RNA molecules found in wide areas of the genome that, either singly or …