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A New Way To Identify Aggressive Breast Cancer

News   Oct 30, 2019 | Original story from University of Bonn

 
A New Way To Identify Aggressive Breast Cancer

Macrophages (brown), the scavengers of the immune system, migrate into the diseased tissue (cancer cells: blue) without destroying it. Credit: Karin E. de Visser/the Netherlands Cancer Institute

 
 
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