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(CNN) -- Scientists have unlocked the genetic code that could pave the way to a new generation of highly effective cancer drugs with none of the painful side effects of existing treatments. (Full story)

RNA interference: Medical revolution or false dawn?

I think it is a medical revolution because even though it might not be the cure to cancer it points a light down the tunnel to the cure.
Rath, Nigeria


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RNA interference could make chemotherapy more effective.

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