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Fetal cell 'transplant' could be a hidden link between childbirth and reduced risk of breast cancer
Date:10/2/2007

professor at the University of Washington and research associate at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center. This experiment of nature is all the more fascinating because for years doctors treated a number of different cancers by transplanting cells from one person to another."

According to Dr. Gadi, these findings could provide a starting point for future research on the role of fetal microchimerism in the prevention of cancer. In addition, there are other reasons for male DNA to be in a womans peripheral blood, such as miscarriage and abortion or possibly even blood transfusion or a male twin that was reabsorbed into the womb at an early stage of the pregnancy.


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Contact: Greg Lester
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American Association for Cancer Research
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