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Some Breast Cancer Tumors Can Stop Their Own Spread

News   Aug 28, 2018 | Original story from the Garvan Institute of Medical Research

 
Some Breast Cancer Tumors Can Stop Their Own Spread

Cell culture of human breast cancer conditionally reprogrammed cells. Fluorescence red color represents MHC-I, and nuclei are shown in blue. Credit: Ewa Krawczyk. NCI/Georgetown Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center

 
 
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