Researchers develop 3D organoid model to advance understanding of gastroesophageal junction cancer


Researchers at Johns Hopkins Medicine say they have created a laboratory-grown three-dimensional “organoid” model that is derived from human tissue and designed to advance understanding about how early stages of cancer develop at the gastroesophageal junction (GEJ) — the point where the digestive system’s food tube meets the stomach.

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