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Heterocellular signalling

medical illustration of When cells inside a tumour die, they break up into little bits that can get into the bloodstream. That means that scientists can filter out traces of tumour DNA from the bloodstream and use it to track cancer.

Watch our full video on liquid biopsies here: https://youtu.be/ZJyvqhVWQyM
Next medical illustration of When cells inside a tumour die, they break up into little bits that can get into the bloodstream. That means that scientists can filter out traces of tumour DNA from the bloodstream and use it to track cancer.

Watch our full video on liquid biopsies here: https://youtu.be/ZJyvqhVWQyM

Liquid biopsies

When cells inside a tumour die, they break up into little bits that can get into the bloodstream. That means that scientists can filter out traces of tumour DNA from the bloodstream and use it to track cancer. Watch our full video on liquid biopsies here: https://youtu.be/ZJyvqhVWQyM

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