Melanoma cells rewire to resist drug treatment

Scientists reveals why relapses after treatment for metastatic melanoma occur. While combination therapies block off the principal pathway that cancer cells use to fuel their growth, the cells come to bypass this blockade and, like vehicles on a detour route, make use of additional pathways to continue growing and spreading.

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