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Breast cancer cells disguise themselves as neurons to cause brain tumors

Treatment and ?cure? of breast cancer doesn?t ensure that the disease won?t spread to the brain. Too often, sometimes years after an initial diagnosis and remission, breast cancer cells are discovered growing as new tumors within the brain. Now researchers have found how this happens.
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