Breast Cancer Stem Cells


In 2003, researchers at the U-M Comprehensive Cancer Centre detected the first breast cancer stem cells in an extremely solid tumor. Just a few cancer stem cells, according to researchers at the University of Michigan, are responsible for the growth and dissemination of carcinoma. The tumor is likely going to return and metastasize, or spread cancerous cells to other parts of the body, unless the cancer stem cells are eliminated

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