‘Dark Matter’ epigenetic findings could alter the way we treat cancer

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Epigenetics studies how our lifestyle and environment affect our genes, not by changing our genetic code, but by controlling access to genes. Epigenetics studies seem to have a strong connection with the development of cancer cells. The studies are just beginning, and it will take time to implement them, but they bring hope for the future.

 

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