Researchers at the University of California, Davis have developed and tested a molecule that has the ability to disrupt the body’s regulation of cancer cells, causing the cells to self-destructing rather than multiply. The method was found to be effective when tackling dormant brain cancer cells that existing treatments are ineffective at eradicating.
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