BYU Study: Why chemotherapy doesn’t work for certain cancer patients

by | Jan. 15, 2013

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Researchers at the University of Iowa and Brigham Young University have pinpointed a gene that causes cancer patients to develop resistance to drug therapy.

The discovery is a first step in creating new, effective therapeutic treatments for sufferers of aggressive cancers such as multiple myeloma that respond poorly to treatment.

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