>From: "Robert J. Bradbury" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>In what I consider to be a rather stunning result, scientists at
>Memorial Sloan-Kettering have demonstrated that new blood vessels
>in tumors are actually generated from circulating precursor
>endothelial cells derived from bone marrow stem cells. They
>further demonstrate that antibodies to two receptors (VEGFR1
>and VEGFR2) will block the recruitment of the precursor cells
>and prevent tumor growth.
I guess it never occured to me that we have stem cells circulating
through us, now we just need to learn to recruit them....
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