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Animals such as elephants are hardly affected by carcinogenic processes despite their large number of cells. One possible explanation is that these pachyderms have between 7 and 11 types of leukemia-inhibiting genes, while the rest of the mammals have one. Although this is a more than convincing answer, transposing this knowledge to human medicine remains unknown.

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