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Tumors Can Re-Seed Themselves, Study Finds
ABC News
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Tumors can not only spread through the body by sending out tiny cells called seeds, but they can re-seed themselves, researchers said in a report on Thursday that may help explain why tumors grow back even after they are removed. ...
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