Researchers paint bright marker to combat cancer metastasis

Researchers paint a bullseye to stop tumor metastasis

Summary: UT Dallas researchers have just discovered a new way to target cancer stem cells. These cells are the source of metastases, which spread throughout the body and cause 90% of cancer deaths. This article was originally published on LongevityFacts. Brady Hartman is the author.

Researchers at the University of Texas at Dallas have discovered a new way to identify and isolate cancer stem cells. These cells are the main culprits in the spread of cancer to other parts of your body, which is responsible for 90% of cancer deaths.

They haven’t yet developed drugs to eliminate these aggressive cancerous cells but they can use a bright target to make it easier for cancer stem cells.


Researchers Paint Bullseye on Target to Stop Tumor Metastasis

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