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You have about 30,000 genes in your body. Every day they regulate the work of different types of cells to keep things running smoothly — repairing your bones, carrying oxygen throughout your body, fighting bacteria and managing all the processes that make you tick. Most of the time they work the way they’re supposed to.

But sometimes the genes that control cell growth go out of whack, enabling cells to multiply out of control. That’s how cancer begins.

In this fascinating podcast, Joyce Ohm, PhD, from the department of Cancer Genetics and Genomics at Roswell Park, gives a rare look into the exciting and mysterious world of genetics and cancer research going on at Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center .

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