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Why are pancreatic tumors so resistant to treatment? One reason is that the wound-like tissue that surrounds the tumors, called stroma, is much more dense than in other, more treatable cancer types. David Tuveson and colleagues have discovered variety in an important stromal component called fibroblasts. The discovery could lead to the development of more effective targeted treatments. Read more
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