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Penn Vet study uncovers therapeutic targets for aggressive triple-negative breast cancers

(University of Pennsylvania) New findings from a study led by researchers at the University of Pennsylvania have made inroads into a strategy to identify triple-negative breast cancers at risk for metastasis, and eventually target these cancers with drugs.
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