Stopping cancer before it colonizes

Controlling the growth of cancer cells at metastatic sites is one goal of cancer drug development. Studies of metastasis suppressor function bring this long-sought goal closer (pages 933938).

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Figure 1: Model for KAI1-mediated metastasis suppression.

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