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Breast Tumors Boost Their Growth by Recruiting Cells Formed in the Bone Marrow

News   Nov 26, 2018 | Original story from The Rockefeller University

 
Breast Tumors Boost Their Growth by Recruiting Cells Formed in the Bone Marrow

A mouse breast tumor contains bone marrow-derived fibroblasts (red) as well as other cancer-associated fibroblasts (green). Credit: Raz et al., 2018

 
 
 

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