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Targeting Receptor Could Prevent Progression of Liver Damage to Cancer

News   Aug 28, 2018 | Original story from Augusta University

 
Targeting Receptor Could Prevent Progression of Liver Damage to Cancer

Dr. Anatolij Horuzsko, reproductive immunologist in the Georgia Cancer Center and Department of Medicine at the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University. Credit: Phil Jones, Senior Photographer, Augusta University

 
 
 

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