What makes melanoma cells so aggressive?

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KU Leuven researchers have zeroed in on what makes cancer cells in melanoma so aggressive – and succeeded in taming the effect in cell cultures. Melanoma is notoriously quick to metastasize and responds poorly to existing cancer treatments. In their study, published in Nature Communications, the researchers report a significant step forward in the characterization

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