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Crosstalk Between Sensory Nerves and Cancer in Bone.

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Summary of "Crosstalk Between Sensory Nerves and Cancer in Bone."

Sensory nerves (SNs) richly innervate bone and are a component of bone microenvironment. Cancer metastasis in bone, which is under the control of the crosstalk with bone microenvironment, induces bone pain via excitation of SNs innervating bone. However, little is known whether excited SNs in turn affect bone metastasis.

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Name: Current osteoporosis reports
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