Cancers that have spread throughout the body, a process known as metastasis, are difficult, often impossible, to control. They are the leading cause of cancer-related deaths. Twenty years ago, however, University of Chicago researchers-described what they considered an intermediate and potentially treatable state between a single tumour and widespread cancer. They labelled it oligometastasis. Like oligarchy, the rule of the few, oligometastasis denotes a stage … Continue reading Researchers use precision medicine-based microRNAs to limit cancer metastases.