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Study Finds Colorectal Cancer Cells and Bacteria to Be Fellow Travelers During Metastasis

Like nomads who carry tokens of home on their travels, colorectal cancer cells that spread to other parts of the body appear to bring several of the species of bacteria that were their companions in the colon, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute scientists report in a new study in the journal Science.
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