Approved breast cancer drug offers hope for the treatment of blood disorders

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Approved breast cancer drug offers hope for the treatment of blood disorders
Approved breast cancer drug offers hope for the treatment of blood disorders
Blood cancers are more common in men than in women, but it has not been clear why this is the case. A study published by Cell Press December 4th in Cell Stem Cell provides an explanation, revealing that female sex hormones called estrogens regulate the survival, proliferation, and self-renewal of stem cells that give rise to blood cancers.
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