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How to pull the blanket off dormant cancer cells

Nature Methods volume 15, pages 249252 (2018) | Download Citation

When asleep, cancer cells can evade chemo. When they wake up, they can cause cancer recurrence. By deciphering dormancy cues, labs explore how to break this cycle.

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