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Metastatic Pancreatic Cancer: Scientists See How Tumor Cells Get Reprogrammed For Optimal Malignancy

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Metastatic pancreatic cancer, which is a type of cancer that spreads from the pancreas to other tissues, is responsible for most patient deaths.

Now, a team of scientists is looking at how the tumor cells get reprogrammed for optimal malignancy which could shed light on its possible reversal.

Could metastatic pancreatic cancer be treated? A new study led by investigators at Johns Hopkins University reported a full genomic analysis of tumor samples from a small number of people who died of pancreatic cancer. Read more . . .

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