Rethinking Breast Cancer MetastasisJan 31, 2014
Patients with the most aggressive forms of breast cancer die because the disease spreads to other organs, or becomes metastatic. Researcher Alana Welm, a professor at the Huntsman Cancer Institute has discovered a new way by which breast cancer metastasis works, and how to stop it. She discusses her findings and clinical trials that are already underway. Her breakthrough was published in the January 2 issue of Cell Reports.