Cancer Stem Cell Camps

Fox, Cynthia
March 2014
Bioscience Technology;2014, p1
Trade Publication
The article presents a research study on two camps formed in the breast cancer stem cell. Topics discussed include the possibility of the growth of cancers from stem cells, cancer stem cell, and the hierarchy in normal cells. Also discussed is the presence of rare, immature, and organ and tissue-specific stem cells in all organs.


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