The physics of cancer – part 2

I know.. you wanted to know more about the physics of cancer!

MCA Alumna Valerie Bentivegna, a.k.a. Inevitable Avenger, is here to help:

Two weeks ago, I told you that physics and cancer are, perhaps counterintuitively, intermingled and that this relationship has biological and clinical implications. I outlined how mechanical forces act on cells and tissue, and perhaps are responsible for one of the many ways of cancer progression. In this post, I’d like to tell you about […]

via Physics of Cancer (2) — Great Scot!

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