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Hijacking the brain's blood supply: Tumor discovery could aid treatment

Dangerous brain tumors hijack the brain?s existing blood supply throughout their progression, by growing only within narrow potential spaces between and along the brain?s thousands of small blood vessels. The findings help explain why drugs that aim to stop growth of new vessels have failed in brain tumor clinical trials.
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