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Halting Pancreatic Cancer Growth by Activating Estrogen Receptor on Cell Surface

News   May 05, 2020 | Original story from University of Pennsylvania

 
Halting Pancreatic Cancer Growth by Activating Estrogen Receptor on Cell Surface

Activating a receptor found on the surface of many normal and cancer tissues can not only stop pancreatic cancer from growing but may also make tumors more visible to the immune system and thus more susceptible to modern immunotherapy. Credit: Penn Medicine

 
 
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