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Ability to isolate and grow breast tissue stem cells could speed cancer research
Date:5/7/2014

nderstanding this in stem cells could further understanding on how these proteins are involved in tumor growth.

Additionally the researchers think that targeting CRIPTO and GRP78which are ideal drug targets since they are present outside of cellscould halt or slow cancer growth.

"It's looking more and more like what's required to target cancer is to have many therapeutics hitting different pathways," says Gray. "We think targeting CRIPTO and GRP78 could be a unique way of supplementing existing treatment modalities by targeting stem cell-like cells in cancer."


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