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Med’s Kishore Guda explains his new study about esophageal cancer

CWRU researchers identify genetic markers of ‘aggressive’ esophageal cancer, study says

ideastreamKishore Guda, associate professor at the School of Medicine, explained a new study he led that may be a breakthrough to treat esophageal cancer—a particularly aggressive, deadly form of cancer. Guda added greater understanding of the role of genomes that could lead to knowledge for treating or even preventing other types of cancers. “These molecules can, in general, play a role in other cancer types,” he said.