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How can we watch a tumour spreading?
« on: 06/11/2012 17:30:35 »
Most deaths from cancer occur when the disease spreads or metastasises - to other parts of the body. But we know very little about how this process physically happens.  Now a team from the Hubrecht Institute in the Netherlands have developed a technique to allow them to peer into organs and watch metastasis taking place, giving us important clues as to how it happens and a way to test drugs designed to stop cancer spreading...
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