Expansion of intermediate cells in prostate cancer correlates with treatment resistance and poor outcomes


Researchers have characterised prostate cancer cell dynamics at a single-cell resolution across the timespan of the disease – from its beginning to the point of androgen independence, where the tumour no longer responds to hormone deprivation therapy.

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