09 October 2018
This week we have selected a recent article from The Conversation contributed by Dr Francesco Crea, a clinician and research at the Open University, UK which focuses on prostate cancer dormancy. Cancer cells divide forever and that is how cancer grows and spreads. Dormancy is a stage in cancer progression where the cells stop dividing but survive in an inactive, sluggish state while waiting for appropriate conditions in the body to begin dividing and multiplying again.
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