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Functions of BRCA1 and the implications for treatment

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Published: 15.05.17
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Dr Jo Morris - University of Birmingham, Birmingham, UK

Dr Morris speaks with ecancer at the 1st Cancer Research @ Bath Symposium about the conserved N terminal of BRCA1 and its role in DNA repair and protection.

She describes how understanding the function of BRCA1 in mutant and wild type forms is informing treatment choice and resistance, especially PARP inhibitor therapy.


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