Scientists target breast cancer stem cells

09/30/2010 | Detroit News, The

Researchers at the University of Michigan are conducting trials of women with advanced breast cancer. The researchers' approach involves targeting the cancer's stem cells, which they believe spur the cancer's spread and are resistant to the standard drugs.

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