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New Approaches for Cancer Therapies: Targeting the DNA Damage Response

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The DNA damage response (DDR) is a mechanism within our cells that detects damaged DNA and supports its repair. Mutations in genes involved in this pathway are frequently found in cancers, which cause DNA to become increasingly unstable and promote tumor growth and development. As a result, targeting the DDR has become a promising prospect for the development of new cancer therapies.


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