Jingjing Xiao works to cure cancer at James Graham Brown Cancer Center

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Since right after freshman year, Jingjing Xiao has been working to cure lung cancer and leukemia at the James Graham Brown Cancer Center. She’s working with oligonucleotides, a gene that blocks anti-death proteins in the cancer cells. And as it turns out, those genes can get her pretty far in life.

 

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