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The Nerve(s) of Cancer: A New Hallmark?

April 18, 2024

Cancer and neuroscience, long regarded as separate fields, have more in common than previously thought. Researchers straddling both worlds to work in cancer neuroscience, an evolving hybrid discipline, are making intriguing discoveries—including in melanoma, glioma, and small cell lung cancer—that, besides shedding light on interactions between tumors and the nervous system, could also be therapeutically exploitable.


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