‘Killer Peptide’ Helps Eliminate Resistant Cancer Cells

10:19 EDT 5 Aug 2017 | Science Blog

A new study by University of Kentucky Markey Cancer Center researchers shows that when therapy-sensitive cancer cells die, they release a “killer peptide” that can eliminate therapy-resistant cells. Tumor relapse is a common problem following ... Read more

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