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Aggressive Breast Cancers Not Necessarily More Diverse in Cell Type

News   Apr 15, 2019 | Original story by the University of Zurich

 
Aggressive Breast Cancers Not Necessarily More Diverse in Cell Type

Abstract representation of breast tumors as complex ecosystems. The image shows an invasive breast cancer consisting of many different tumor cell types (irregularly shaped mosaic stones) surrounded and infiltrated by many immune cells (colored circles). Image credit: Johanna Wagner/University of Zurich

 
 
 

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