Cancer cells do extremely well in body's so-called sweet spots, new research shows.
According to a recent story by Lee Bullen of Zenger News in Newsweek magazine, a group of researchers led by the University of Minnesota Twin Cities have "shed new light on how cancer thrives."
The latest study, published in the scientific journal "Nature Materials," indicates that the sweet spot is "a just-right Goldilocks spot somewhere in the middle."
|David Odds, PhD|
The researchers had analyzed both breast and brain cancer.