Published in Gene Therapy Weekly, May 4th, 2000
"As with most cancers, it is the spread of the cancer, rather than the primary malignancy that is the principal cause of death. We showed that these cells go through all steps in the metastatic process, except growth, at the secondary site," says Danny R. Welch, PhD, associate professor of pathology.
"On a practical basis, because we are inhibiting cell growth at the site of metastasis, in this case the lungs, we may be able to treat cells that have already spread...
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