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STAT1 and p53 as markers during treatment


Senior Member
Southeast US
I was thinking about maybe using p53 and STAT1 for markers during treatment, and did a quick search. {QUOTE]

Andrew, I've followed the STAT 1 information available in the publications of the Forum/ NCF. In short, the STAT1 DEFICIENCY LEADS TO CANCER. Correct? (It's been a LONG time.) I recall that the news was not made available upon its discovery, but was withheld for one reason or another.

How would you use those markers for treatment? Thanks, BE G