Slowing the growth of liver tumours

Liver cancer is one of the most common cancers among men in Singapore and Professor Low Boon Chuan, Department of Biological Sciences, NUS Faculty of Science, has found a way to slow the growth of liver tumours. He led a study on zebrafish, whose genes function very similarly to humans. In this video, he talks about the discovery of key protein called Rho that can control the aggression of mutated proteins responsible for liver cancer growth.