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Breast Tissue Stiffening Linked to Breast Cancer Development

News   Feb 13, 2019 | Original story from University of California San Diego

 
Breast Tissue Stiffening Linked to Breast Cancer Development

Left: Image of a soft hydrogel with normally developing cell cultures (filled triangles). Right: Image of a stiffened, tumor-like hydrogel with transformed cells (open triangles). Credit: Matt Ondeck and Jesse Placone

 
 
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