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New Class of Cancer-killing Agents Could Eradicate Cancer Stem Cells

News   Jul 09, 2019 | Original story from The University of Toledo

 
New Class of Cancer-killing Agents Could Eradicate Cancer Stem Cells

Dr. William Taylor, left, and Dr. L.M. Viranga Tillekeratne are investigating a small molecule that locks on to and kills cancer stem cells. Credit: Daniel Miller, The University of Toledo

 
 
 

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