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Chronic Stress Increases Metastasis by Affecting Neutrophils

February 29, 2024

Major Finding: Chronic stress alters neutrophil-mediated changes to the microenvironment and increases metastasis.

Concept: Glucocorticoids alter neutrophil circadian rhythm and induce neutrophil extracellular trap (NET) formation.

Impact: These results suggest that NETs could be a potential therapeutic target to prevent metastatic recurrence.

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