The environment surrounding the cancerous cells of a lymphoma tumor has a strong influence on the progression of these blood-cell cancers and their responses to therapies.
A gene that originally evolved to help vertebrates’ early ancestors respond to stress is co-opted by cancers to help them resist treatment, according to a study by Weill Cornell Medicine investigators.
For decades, Weill Cornell has been a leader in the research revolution that's making lymphoma a survivable disease.
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