‘We have identified a pathway that can suppress this cellular invasion, which could offer a new way to increase survival,’ said Amyn Habib.
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UT Southwestern researchers have discovered a biochemical mechanism underlying the spread of glioblastoma to adjacent brain tissue as well as a medicine that has previously been shown to slow tumour development in animal models.
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