A new gene identified which repairs DNA, used to diagnose breast cancer earlier

A new gene identified  which repairs DNA, used to diagnose breast cancer earlier

A new gene GT198 which repairs DNA, when it gets mutated causes breast cancer. Hence it is used to diagnose cancer of breast as a new target for treatment says Dr. Lan Ko, correspondent author, Augusta University. Gene mutations are present in ovarian and breast cancer early onset. Progenitor or the stem cells is the cause of breast cancer in mutated conditions as well as it also gives rise to healthy breast cells. In premenopausal…

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Consuming Rich- Fibre Foods Can Reduce Breast Cancer Risks in Premenopausal Women

Consuming Rich- Fibre Foods Can Reduce Breast Cancer Risks in Premenopausal Women

Lots of Fruits and Vegetables in the foods of the Premenopausal Women may have significant effects in reducing the Breast Cancer. It was observed in new research that girls who eat more high- fibre foods during adolescence may have significantly lowest breast cancer risk than those who eat less dietary fibre when young. Thus, an apple a day keeps cancer away and also high- fibre foods can regulate estrogen levels in the blood, which is…

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