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Why does pancreatic cancer spread? The answer may lie in a previously unknown set of molecules that help cancer cells shape the environment around tumors.
Researchers have found a way to 'disguise' anticancer drugs in order to safely deliver higher doses to tumors. This approach was successful in mouse models.
Floating poop is not usually a cause for concern when it happens occasionally. Gas and dietary changes are common culprits. However, some medical issues, such as malabsorption and infections, can also cause floating stool. Learn more about the possible causes and when to see a doctor here.
Using a mouse model that "faithfully mimics" human pancreatic cancer, researchers have found a gene that wholly prevents the disease when knocked out.
New research in mouse models of human-derived cancers has found a new key factor that supports the growth and spread of aggressive tumors.
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When God's Calling finds you in the Sweet Place...
Happy Birthday Poppy!
He won the Nobel Prize...for a new cancer treatment! Exciting, ground-breaking, unprecedented! That is Hope right there!
Words to Inspire...
He was Big, and Bad, and as Mean as they come... and way too close for comfort!