Inflammation’s Impact on Cancer Is a Breakthrough

A scientist with the U of M's Hormel Institute has made discoveries related to the role specific proteins play in inflammation that could lead to better cancer treatments and prevention. 

“This research is critically important because it shows specifically how inflammation begins and can affect cancer development,” said Dr. Yao. “By understanding the interactions of these specific proteins cancer researchers can next seek paths to intervene and prevent progression.”

Read the full story in the Austin Daily Herald.