How cancer cells evade destruction, and what scientists are doing to catch them

Cancer is a tricky adversary, evolving a number of clever mechanisms to avoid destruction. From hibernating like bears in winter to escape chemotherapy, or using inflammation to hide from cancer-killing viruses, scientists are rapidly figuring out these tactics and developing new treatments to overcome them.

How cancer cells evade destruction, and what scientists are doing to catch them

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