U.S. scientists grow breast tumor stem cells from normal tissue

08/13/2007 | Yahoo!

Scientists in the U.S. say they have successfully created breast tumor stem cells from normal tissue, providing a common platform from which scientists can study tumor stem cells. Researchers also believe the new stem cells "will be much more useful" in developing new drugs to fight breast cancer.

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