Early detection: A perfect picture


474 | JULY 2003 | VOLUME 3 www.nature.com/reviews/cancer Imagine a dandelion flower that’s ‘gone to seed’ — the smallest gust of wind disperses the seeds in every direction and you never know where this weed will grow next. Metastasis of tumour cells is similar — cells in the primary tumour undergo a sequence of genetic changes that cause the altered cells… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/nrc1136