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Prostate cancer is stimulated by nerve growth - drugdiscovery.com
Prostate cancer is stimulated by nerve growth - drugdiscovery.com


The growth of new nerves in and around prostate cancers spurs tumours to grow and invade other tissues.
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Tags: Cancer, Diseases, Drug discovery, Neuroscience - July 15, 2013
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