An experimental therapy showed promise as treatment for an aggressively spreading type of colorectal cancer in preclinical models.
Tumors can force neighboring cells into supporting cancer growth by releasing lactate into their local environment, according to researchers at Weill Cornell Medicine.
Turning off a defense mechanism that protects colorectal cancer tumors from being discovered by immune cells could be a possible strategy for treating the disease.
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