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New Cancer Treatment Targets Biological Clock to Slow Tumors

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News video: New Cancer Treatment Targets Biological Clock to Slow TumorsIn a new cancer treatment study, researchers out of McGill University Montreal found that targeting the circadian rhythm of cancer cells, their biological clocks, can affect the cells' growth. For most cells in the human body, this internal clock sets the rhythm for organ activity throughout the day, but cancer cells lack this function either regularly or completely.

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