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medical illustration of Scientists usually study cancer by looking at a single layer of cancer cells in a dish. But the reality of the tumour microenvironment is much more complex. New techniques are finally letting scientists study the complex ways in which different cell types communicate with one another inside the microenvironment.

Watch our full video on this complex cell signalling here: https://youtu.be/6Q4TuLXBEpg
Next medical illustration of This image, based on the results of the TracerX  lung cancer trial by Prof Charles Swanton at the Francis Crick Institute and UCL, was used as the cover of Nature, vol 545 issue 7655 May 25th 2017

Tracking Tumour

Scientists usually study cancer by looking at a single layer of cancer cells in a dish. But the reality of the tumour microenvironment is much more complex. New techniques are finally letting scientists study the complex ways in which different cell types communicate with one another inside the microenvironment. Watch our full video on this complex cell signalling here: https://youtu.be/6Q4TuLXBEpg

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