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Intercepting Cancer Communiques: Exosomes as Heralds of Malignancy


, : Intercepting Cancer Communiques: Exosomes as Heralds of Malignancy. Cancer Cell 28(2): 151-153

In clinical oncology, detecting and treating disease as early as possible is the brass ring to be grasped. Does a new test based on circulating exosomes bring it closer for patients with pancreas cancer?

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PMID: 26267532

DOI: 10.1016/j.ccell.2015.07.015


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