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New insights into neuroblastoma tumor suppressor may provide clues for improved treatment

Loss of a gene required for stem cells in the brain to turn into neurons may underlie the most severe forms of neuroblastoma, a deadly childhood cancer of the nervous system, according to a new study. The findings also provide clues about how to improve the treatment of this often-incurable tumor.
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