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Cancer cells 'corrupt' their healthy neighbours

A new study, using a state-of-the-art technique developed by the Malanchi lab, has found that the healthy cells immediately surrounding a tumour become more stem cell-like and support cancer growth.
30 Aug 2019
United Kingdom | Germany
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