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Competitive Chemo Copycats Thwart Pancreatic Cancer Treatment

News   Mar 27, 2019 | Original story by Ian Demsky, University of Michigan

 
How Immune Cells Thwart Chemo in Pancreatic Cancer

A colorized scanning electron micrograph of pancreatic cancer cells grown in culture. Image credit: Anne Weston, Wellcome Images/London Research Institute, CRUK

 
 
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