Potentially targetable signaling pathway generates slowly proliferating, chemo-resistant cancer cells

A signaling pathway responsible for the generation of slowly proliferating cancer cells, which are hard to eradicate with current treatments and thought to be a cause of subsequent disease relapse, has been reported in a Rapid Impact study published in Molecular Cancer Research, a journal of the American Association for Cancer Research. —> Read More Here


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