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Jumping Down the Road to Cancer.  Lying dormant in our genomes are millions of jumping genes. Originally discovered by Barbara McClintock, transposons are DNA sequences that can move from one location to another in our DNA. Transposons cause mutations when they jump to new locations, so keeping them from jumping is important. However, although transposons are largely silent, every person probably…

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Diet may influence ovarian cancer survival - By Kathryn Doyle NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – Women with healthier diets before an ovarian cancer diagnosis are less likely to die in the years following the cancer than women with poorer diets, according to a new study. The exceptions were women with diabetes or a high waist circumference, which is often linked to diabetes. A healthy diet before diagnosis may indicate a stronger immune system ...

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