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The teams showed the combo suppresses tumor growth and metastasis.

Activating a collaborative innate-adaptive immune response to control metastasis.

Moreover, these TAMs start taking cancer around the body, enabling metastases to take hold.

Cancer spread to the lungs is one of the most common forms of metastasis in various cancers.

But under the circumstances, they seem unable to stop its inexorable metastasis.

Indeed, some 90 percent of cancer fatalities are the result of the metastasis rather than the primary tumor.

I have thought that its origin might be accounted for on the principle of metastasis of morbid material.

The gills have become shifted forward by a metastasis similar to that which brought the whole thoracic organs far forward in fish.

We note here an interpretation of the first metastasis in terms of functional adaptation.

In the same category of laminitis from metastasis may also be placed the laminitis occurring as a result of an overdose of aloes.

When metastasis takes place, as it occasionally does, the fungus is transmitted by the blood vessels, as in pyæmia.

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On this page you'll find 34 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to metastasis, such as: changeover, conversion, development, evolution, growth, and passage.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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