María G. Picazo

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To examine the effects of the surgical manipulation of tumors on the hematogenous dissemination of tumors, we compared rates of detection of tumor-derived DNA in the buffy coat and in plasma from(More)
The interactions between a host's normal cells and tumor cells appear to be of significant importance during the development of tumors. In the present study, we examined this issue using a cancer(More)
The "genometastasis hypothesis" proposes that cell-free tumor nucleic acids might be able to transform host stem cells, and that this might be a pathway for the development of metastases. This theory(More)
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