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Molecule Released by Corrupted Healthy Cells Could Make Pancreatic Tumours More Aggressive

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Scientists have revealed an interaction between pancreatic cancer cells and their environment, according to new research.

The findings, published in the Journal of Clinical Investigation, suggest a possible explanation for why some tumours are more aggressive.

And the researchers believe the discovery could lead to a new way of predicting patient outlook. Read more . . .

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