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New models of drug-resistant breast cancer offer hope for better treatments - drugdiscovery.com
New models of drug-resistant breast cancer offer hope for better treatments - drugdiscovery.com


Scientists have shown that transplanting human breast tumors into mice creates excellent models of metastatic cancer which could be valuable in the search for more effective treatments.
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Tags: breast cancer, treatment, better treatment, metastatic cancer model, new model, mice, mouse, tumor transplantation - September 24, 2013
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