Published in Women's Health Weekly, November 15th, 2001
Scientists know that tumor vascularity can predict the way cancer is likely to grow and progress over time. However, according to medical investigators in Germany, "tumor microvessel density might not just represent the angiogenic potential of the neoplastic cells but could also be influenced by the primary vascularization of the host tissue."
A current study of 52 cervical cancer patients for tumor and host tissue vascularity may redefine the way scientists analyze...
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