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“Moving Target” Breast Cancer Cells Captured Using New Imaging Method

News   Mar 29, 2019 | Original story from Walter + Eliza Hall

 
“Moving Target” Breast Cancer Cells Captured Using New Imaging Method

Walter and Eliza Hall Institute researchers have developed a new imaging technique to visualise key steps the evolution of cancer cells within tumours, potentially revealing how breast cancers evade treatment. This has also been used to reveal the intricate structure of mammary ducts, part of the human breast. Credit: Rios, Visvader et al, published in Cancer Cell

 
 
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