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Team Reveals How Pancreatic Cancer Cells Spread

News   Aug 13, 2019 | Original story from the Garvan Institute of Medical Research

 
Team Reveals How Pancreatic Cancer Cells Spread

A pancreatic tumour consists of not just one type of cell - cancer cells (green) are interwoven with blood vessels (red) and matrix fibers (purple). Credit: Max Nobis

 
 
 

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