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spread throughout the body

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These histopathologic findings, established the final diagnosis of benign metastasizing leiomyoma.
In the new trial, McDonald's lab used two ovarian cancer cell lines, one with epithelial characteristics, like primary tumor cells, and the other with mesenchymal traits, like metastasizing cancer cells.
Elizabeth Boylan, at the City University of New York, recently found that a low-fat diet reduced the number of breast tumors metastasizing to the lung in older mice, but not in young virgin mice.
PH-50 is a versatile iodinated nanoparticulate formulation that shows promise as a subcutaneous or intravenous agent for both cardiovascular imaging and lymphography (the diagnosis of cancer metastasizing to lymph nodes).
1]) and an aggressively metastasizing form of melanoma.
IMCOR's development programs use a versatile iodinated nanoparticulate formulation that shows promise as a subcutaneous, intravenous or intra-arterial agent for both cardiovascular imaging and lymphography (the diagnosis of cancer metastasizing to lymph nodes).
He also sees microscopic footage of metastasizing malignancies once he and Meryl hook up and make love.
The incidence of a renal cell carcinoma metastasizing to the head and neck has been reported to range from 15 to 30%.
The highly invasive bacterium Staphylococcus aureus, responsible for such diverse maladies as pimples, food poisoning, blood poisoning, cystitis, endocarditis, pneumonia, severe infections and toxic shock syndrome, may spread through the body in the same way that metastasizing cancer cells do.
What are the chances that the Legislature will get all excited and spend every penny on metastasizing programs that are virtually impossible to cut back once launched'