MD Anderson Cancer Center
Pathway helps prevent the spread of pediatric bone cancer in pre-clinical study – CNL
Researchers have identified an important signaling pathway that, when blocked, significantly decreases the spread of pediatric bone cancer.

In their pre-clinical study, researchers at The University of Texas MD Anderson Children's Cancer Hospital found that blocking the Notch pathway in mice decreased metastases in the lungs 15-fold.
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Title: Pathway helps prevent the spread of pediatric bone cancer in pre-clinical study – CNL
Summary: Researchers have identified an important signaling pathway that, when blocked, significantly decreases the spread of pediatric bone cancer.

In their pre-clinical study, researchers at The University of Texas MD Anderson Children's Cancer Hospital found that blocking the Notch pathway in mice decreased metastases in the lungs 15-fold.
Keywords: MD Anderson, Cancer, M.D. Anderson, M. D. Anderson, bone, cancer, pediatric, children
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