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Anti-angiogenic agents and cancer stem cells

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Published: 13.04.12
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Dr Max Wicha - University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA

Dr Max Wicha talks about the session he chaired at the AACR 2012 Annual Meeting on clinical implications of cancer stem cells and large number of trials underway examining these cells.


He also highlights two examples; the effects of anti-angiogenic agents on cancer stem cells and role of HER 2 in driving cancer stem cells in human breast cancer.

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