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Oxygen-starved Cancer Cells Have Survival Advantage That Promotes Spread

News   Nov 07, 2019 | Original story from Johns Hopkins

 
Oxygen-starved Cancer Cells Have Survival Advantage That Promotes Spread

Cells in green are hypoxic cells that are permanently marked so they can be followed throughout the metastatic process.The red cells have not experienced hypoxia. Credit: Yu Jung Shin

 
 
 

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