How metastatic cancer causes leaky blood vessels


Preventing metastasis—the development of cancer cells beyond their original location—remains one of the major goals of current cancer research. Most malignant tumor cells metastasize by exploiting abnormal leakage from blood vessels. New work looks to further explore the role of how the alignment of endothelial cells, which line blood vessels, plays a role in the spread of cancer.

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