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Drug Suppresses Formation of Metastases

News   Jan 11, 2019 | Original story from University of Basel

 
Drug Suppresses Formation of Metastases

The image represents an artistic coloration of a cluster of circulating tumor cells (CTCs), isolated from the blood of a patient with breast cancer, trapped on a microfluidic device. Credit: M Oeggerli / Micronaut 2018, supported by Pathology-, C-CINA / Biozentrum-, and I Krol, and N Aceto, Faculty of Medicine-, University Hospital and University Basel.

 
 
 

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