Prostate cancer research

Prostate cancer research

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Caption: Prostate cancer research. Professor Scott Fraser studying a light micrograph. Fraser is part of a team that have identified differences between static and treatable prostate cancer cells and those that spread (metastasis) to other organs. This allows the most aggressive treatment to only be targeted at potentially mobile cancers. They have also found that the neurotoxin found in pufferfish (tetrodotoxin) can suppress the cells' ability to move out of the prostate gland. Photographed at the Division of Cell and Molecular Biology, Imperial College London, UK.

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