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Intestinal cancer cell takes advantage of healthy cell


Body cells give each other all kinds of signals to properly coordinate decisions in tissues, such as growth. New research by Saskia Suijkerbuijk, Ana Krotenberg Garcia, and colleagues shows that intestinal cancer cells use competitive signals to kill surrounding healthy intestinal cells and grow better themselves. It confirms that surrounding tissue also plays a role in tumor growth and that we need to study this closely.

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