Researchers reveal how not-yet-malignant cells “turn on” and become metastatic breast cancer

Mount Sinai researchers have discovered a previously unknown mechanism in which not-yet-malignant cells from early breast cancer tumors travel to other organs and, eventually, "turn on" and become metastatic breast cancer.
Mount Sinai researchers have discovered a previously unknown mechanism in which not-yet-malignant cells from early breast cancer tumors travel to other organs and, eventually, «turn on» and become metastatic breast cancer.