Jan 17, 2017

Utah researchers use elephant genes to battle cancer

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I can say that I have seen it all with this for cancer research.

SALT LAKE CITY – Researchers at Huntsman Cancer Institute have successfully used synthetic elephant genes to battle human cancer cells.

The synthetic elephant genes are still in the early phases of research, according to HCI, but show promise.

The HCI said there are 1.6 million new cancer diagnosis every year in the United States. Many across the globe are racing to find a cure, but researchers at Huntsman said elephants already have it figured out.

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