Cancer Spread Tracked From A Single Cell In A Live Animal | IFLScience

Cancer scientists have long faced a conundrum: as the disease starts, there’s usually a group of cells sharing a mutation that makes them prone to forming cancer, yet only a few do so. So what’s so special, or different, about these cells? Scientists have just taken a step toward understanding this phenomenon, having for the first time watched cancer develop and spread from a single cell inside a live animal.

Source: Cancer Spread Tracked From A Single Cell In A Live Animal | IFLScience

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