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Breast Cancer Spreads in the Night

METASTASIS IS A PROCESS IN WHICH CANCER CELLS breast away from a primary tumor and enters the bloodstream. These rogue cells can establish colonies in distant sites such as the bones, liver, lungs, or brain.

A new study published in Nature hints that this cancer spread mostly occurs during the night as its host sleeps.

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