Life Science Company and Industry News Briefs

Columbia Researchers found Possible Cause of Prostate Cancer

Posted by Anita Zhang on Thu, May 15, 2014

Two genes, FOXM1 and CENPF, have been found to work together and drive the progression of the most lethal forms of prostate cancer. New research from the Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center at the Columbia University Medical Center suggests that neither gene alone significantly contributes to prostate cancer but when both genes are turned on, they work synergistically to activate pathways associated with the most aggressive form of the cancer.

Read More

Tags: 2014, New York, Columbia University, Armory Track and Field, Columbia

Connect With Us   Like Us on Facebook   Follow Us on Twitter   See our latest photos!   Join Us on Google +   Find Us on LinkedIn   Pin our latest stories!

Subscribe to Company News

Subscribe to Science Market Update