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Biologists Design Molecules That “Starve” Lung Cancer Cells

News   Apr 23, 2019 | Original story from University of Texas at Dallas

 
Biologists Design Molecules That “Starve” Lung Cancer Cells

This image shows how lung cancer cells invade surrounding tissues and start to spread (metastasis). Creator: Scott Wilkinson, Adam Marcus. Credit: NCI

 
 
 

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