ELEPHANTS have CANCER FIGHTING GENES - David Woodsmall

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Elephants have Genes that fight Cancer

Elephants have at least 40 genes that help combat Cancer - they produce protein p53, which helps destroy damaged (cancerous) cells. Elephant genes hold clues for fight against cancer, scientists say - CNN "They have "at least 40 copies of genes that code for p53, a protein well known for its cancer-inhibiting properties," scientists said" - CNN Elephant Genes Hold Cancer-Fighting Secret - livescience.com Scientists discover why elephants rarely get cancer - USAtoday How Elephants Stay Cancer-Free - Scientific American

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