Breast Cancer Stem Cells Are Regulated by Mesenchymal Stem Cells through Cytokine Networks


Breast Cancer Stem Cells Are Regulated by Mesenchymal Stem Cells through Cytokine Networks.

This study is important because now it can be established that stem cells whether from bone marrow and presumably from non-human stem cells may increase the number of cancer stem cells. This in turns increases the invasiveness as well as tumor growth.

 

 

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World of Cancer in one tumor


World of Cancer in one tumor

Examinations of just one cancerous tumor revealed that cancer cells composing the tumor have different mutations. 

This study may shed light that even with targeted chemotherapy, it doesn’t guarantee the cancer will be completely eradicated