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Could Gut Stem Cells Hold the Key to Preventing Bowel Cancer?

News   Nov 06, 2018 | by Laura Elizabeth Lansdowne, Science Writer, Technology Networks

 
Could Gut Stem Cells Hold the Key to Preventing Bowel Cancer?

Familial adenomatous polyposis is characterized by multiple (>100) adenomatous polyps in the colon and rectum developing after the first decade of life, as shown here upon surgical resection of the colon. Credit: Miguel Rodriguez-Bigas, MD, University of Texas, MD Anderson Cancer Center. Source: NCI

 
 
 

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