Results reported in the April 2nd issue of the journal Cell, a Cell Press publication, reveal a new source for the drug resistance that crops up all too often and quickly in the tumours of cancer patients undergoing therapy. First the bad news: all cancer cells might have the capacity to enter a drug-tolerant state. But there's some potentially very good news too: in some cases there may be a way to reverse or block cancer's drug resistance...
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