Researchers stop 'sneaky' cancer cells in their tracks
A new study by University of Minnesota biomedical engineers shows how they stopped cancer cells from moving and spreading, even when the cells changed their movements. The discovery could have a major impact on millions of people undergoing therapies to prevent the spread of cancer within the body.
This research is published in Nature Communications, a leading research journal.
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