Deadly Cancers Show Early, Detectable Differences from Benign Tumors

News   May 15, 2018 | Original story from Duke University

 
Deadly Cancers Show Early, Detectable Differences from Benign Tumors

Human colon cancer cells with the cell nuclei stained red and the protein E-cadherin stained green. Credit: NCI Center for Cancer Research (Urbain Weyemi, Christophe E. Redon, William M. Bonner)

 
 
 

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