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3D Breast Cancer Models Introduce Stromal Cells as New Drug Therapy Targets

News   Sep 28, 2018 | Original story from The University of Akron

 
3D Breast Cancer Models Introduce Stromal Cells as New Drug Therapy Targets

Breast Cancer Cells. Credit: Dr. Cecil Fox (Photographer). Source, NCI

 
 
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