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Cell Reports

  1. Cancer Cells Try To Relive Youth, Predictably Ruin Everything In The Process

    You can be forgiven for not remembering what happened when you were an embryo, because things went really, really quickly. DNA-wise, you're still largely the same person. The genes that are responsible for embryonic development in the first few days of life just get switched off after they've done their job. Researchers don't know where that switch is, or how it functions, but they have found another reason to keep looking for it. When the switch malfunctions, reactivating embryonic development genes later in life, tumors can be the result.

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