Published in Gene Therapy Weekly, August 1st, 2002
In cancer-related angiogenesis, tumors develop their own blood supplies by causing cells that line blood vessels to proliferate, forming new vessels and bringing more blood to the tumor. The increased oxygen and nutrients the tumors receive allow them to grow and enable certain metastatic cells to leave the tumor, enter the bloodstream, migrate to other tissues of the body, and...
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