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Oliver Rackham says his research could have positive implications for 90 per cent of cancers. Photo: Ryan Ammon

Proteins lock down cancer cells

Researchers at the Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research have developed a new method of inhibiting cancer cells by targeting the mechanism by which the cells replicate.

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