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UF researchers find quiet protein speaks loudly in the fight against cancer

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University of Florida researcher and principal investigator, David Reisman says a new discovery shows that when variations of a certain protein in a person’s cells are too quiet, it may add to the risk that someone will develop lung cancer. Dr. Reisman spoke with WUFT-FM’s Brittany Thompson

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