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NEW YORK – Researchers have been hunting for ways to target alterations in KRAS ever since the mutated gene was first discovered in cancer in the early 1980s. Now, as drugmakers race to bring the first drugs targeting mutated KRAS protein to cancer patients, one scientist at MD Anderson Cancer Center is trying a different approach to get at this elusive target: exosomes.

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