Long Non-coding RNAs Found Linked to Ovarian Cancer Metastasis, Study Shows

Long Non-coding RNAs Found Linked to Ovarian Cancer Metastasis, Study Shows
Researchers have found a set of long non-coding RNAs (lncRNAs) – RNA molecules with no protein-coding capacity – that participate in the metastatic process of ovarian cancer cells. Inhibiting one of these molecules, called DNM3OS, reduced migration and invasion, suggesting that targeting lncRNAs might be a viable approach for treating ovarian cancer. The study, “Decoding critical

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  1. Tracy says:

    I was diagnosed with Serous OV cancer July 16- after complete hysterectomy- pathology reported that the cancer started in the left Fallopian tube & traveled to the ovary. I was staged at 2A and had 18 weeks of chemo through chest port and stomach port.
    As if Feb -2017 cancer free – CA 125 was 50 prior and after chemo 6.7-9. Now for months.
    Question: Is there anything I can do to maintain this great place that I am now at?
    I have read about several new trials that are very hopeful to aid in non -reoccurrence.

    Please advice or feel free to suggest any info or point me in the right direction if you can.

    Many thanks for what you all do.
    Most sincerely – Tracy

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