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Cancer Pioneer Employs Physics to Approach Cancer

News   Feb 21, 2018 | Original story from Oncotarget

 
Cancer Pioneer Employs Physics to Approach Cancer

This is an interview with Dr. Ken Pienta and Dr. Jim Frost of Johns Hopkins School of Medicine talking about their experience publishing 'Symmetry and symmetry breaking in cancer: a foundational approach to the cancer problem.' Credit: Oncotarget

 
 
 

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