“By the time a patient diagnosed today finishes their treatment, maybe we’ll all be ready to get back to our lives.”
CU study shows cells don’t depend on a snapshot to decide whether to replicate – it’s more like a movie.
Benjamin Bitler, PhD Most ovarian cancer starts in fallopian tubes. Then it sloughs from its site of origin and floats around in fluid until finding new sites of attachment. It’s not easy for cancer cells to survive away from their moorings. Observations by ovarian...
“The results were surprising and encouraging,” says Adam Green, MD.
His challenge: to help navigate a paradigm shift in the way we prevent, diagnose, and treat the disease.
“Two independent sources with the same scientific finding make you think it’s true.”