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Study Suggests New Potential Strategy to Fight Against Pancreatic Cancer

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A University of Michigan-led study is shedding new light on the way pancreatic cancer cells turn nearby connective tissue cells into co-conspirators in their deadly growth.

The findings, which appear in Nature Metabolism, also suggest a new potential strategy against pancreatic cancer by identifying critical components of metabolic cross talk between cells that might be attacked with new therapies, starving the cancer cells of vital nutrients. Read more . . .

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