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3D Imaging Reveals How Pancreatic Cancers Start

News   Jan 31, 2019 | Original story from the Francis Crick Institute

 
3D Imaging Reveals How Pancreatic Cancers Start

The image shows cancer growing inside the pancreatic duct of a mouse. It was obtained using a new technique to study 3D tissue samples, revealing that cancers can begin as 'endophytic' tumors which grow into the ducts (shown here) or 'exophytic' tumors growing outwards. Credit: Hendrik Massal, Francis Crick Institute

 
 
 

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