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WSB-TV 2 Atlanta
Amino acid in asparagus could cause cancer to spread, study saysin the breast, but tumour cells had reduced capacity for metastases in other pa
WSB-TV 2 Atlanta / Posted 10 days ago
in the breast, but tumour cells had reduced capacity for metastases in other parts of the body,” the study’s lead author, Greg Hannon, said in a statement. “This finding adds vital information to our understanding of how we can stop cancer... Read more
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WPXI Pittsburgh
Amino acid in asparagus could cause cancer to spread, study saysin the breast, but tumour cells had reduced capacity for metastases in other pa
WPXI Pittsburgh / Posted 11 days ago
in the breast, but tumour cells had reduced capacity for metastases in other parts of the body,” the study’s lead author, Greg Hannon, said in a statement. “This finding adds vital information to our understanding of how we can stop cancer... Read more
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Business Insider
A new study linking asparagus to cancer is freaking people out — here’s how concerned you should bereduced capacity for metastases in other parts of the body," lead study author
Business Insider / Posted 11 days ago
reduced capacity for metastases in other parts of the body," lead study author and Cambridge University cancer researcher Greg Hannon said in a statement. If curing cancer was really as easy as cutting a few ingredients from your diet,... Read more
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Springfield News-Sun
Amino acid in asparagus could cause cancer to spread, study saysin the breast, but tumour cells had reduced capacity for metastases in other pa
Springfield News-Sun / Posted 11 days ago
in the breast, but tumour cells had reduced capacity for metastases in other parts of the body,” the study’s lead author, Greg Hannon, said in a statement. “This finding adds vital information to our understanding of how we can stop cancer... Read more
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WPXI Pittsburgh
Amino acid in asparagus could cause cancer to spread, study saysin the breast, but tumour cells had reduced capacity for metastases in other pa
WPXI Pittsburgh / Posted 11 days ago
in the breast, but tumour cells had reduced capacity for metastases in other parts of the body,” the study’s lead author, Greg Hannon, said in a statement. “This finding adds vital information to our understanding of how we can stop cancer... Read more
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WSOC-TV Charlotte
Amino acid in asparagus could cause cancer to spread, study saysin the breast, but tumour cells had reduced capacity for metastases in other pa
WSOC-TV Charlotte / Posted 11 days ago
in the breast, but tumour cells had reduced capacity for metastases in other parts of the body,” the study’s lead author, Greg Hannon, said in a statement. “This finding adds vital information to our understanding of how we can stop cancer... Read more
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WFTV 9 Orlando
Amino acid in asparagus could cause cancer to spread, study saysin the breast, but tumour cells had reduced capacity for metastases in other pa
WFTV 9 Orlando / Posted 11 days ago
in the breast, but tumour cells had reduced capacity for metastases in other parts of the body,” the study’s lead author, Greg Hannon, said in a statement. “This finding adds vital information to our understanding of how we can stop cancer... Read more
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The Palm Beach Post
Amino acid in asparagus could cause cancer to spread, study saysin the breast, but tumour cells had reduced capacity for metastases in other pa
The Palm Beach Post / Posted 11 days ago
in the breast, but tumour cells had reduced capacity for metastases in other parts of the body,” the study’s lead author, Greg Hannon, said in a statement. “This finding adds vital information to our understanding of how we can stop cancer... Read more
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Dayton Daily News
Amino acid in asparagus could cause cancer to spread, study saysin the breast, but tumour cells had reduced capacity for metastases in other pa
Dayton Daily News / Posted 11 days ago
in the breast, but tumour cells had reduced capacity for metastases in other parts of the body,” the study’s lead author, Greg Hannon, said in a statement. “This finding adds vital information to our understanding of how we can stop cancer... Read more
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The Hamilton Journal News
Amino acid in asparagus could cause cancer to spread, study saysin the breast, but tumour cells had reduced capacity for metastases in other pa
The Hamilton Journal News / Posted 11 days ago
in the breast, but tumour cells had reduced capacity for metastases in other parts of the body,” the study’s lead author, Greg Hannon, said in a statement. “This finding adds vital information to our understanding of how we can stop cancer... Read more
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ajc.com
Amino acid in asparagus could cause the spread of cancer, study saysprimary tumour in the breast, but tumour cells had reduced capacity for metasta
ajc.com / Posted 11 days ago
primary tumour in the breast, but tumour cells had reduced capacity for metastases in other parts of the body,” lead author Greg Hannon, said in a statement. “This finding adds vital information to our understanding of how we can stop cancer... Read more
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Inquirier.net

Scientists thwart cancer-spreading compound, in micemice with a drug that reduces the availability of asparagine in the body, or by
Inquirier.net / Posted 12 days ago
mice with a drug that reduces the availability of asparagine in the body, or by eliminating asparagine from the diet,” said Greg Hannon of the Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute. He was the lead author of a study published in the science... Read more
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Daily Mail
Cutting out chicken and seafood may stop breast cancer spreadingcells in leaving the breast, surviving in the bloodstream and colonising other
Daily Mail / Posted 13 days ago
cells in leaving the breast, surviving in the bloodstream and colonising other areas of the body. Lead author Professor Greg Hannon from the Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute, said: 'Our work has pinpointed one of the key mechanisms that... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Diet linked to breast cancer spread, say scientistsbreast cancer, which grows and spreads faster than other types and is notorious
Croydon Guardian / Posted 13 days ago
breast cancer, which grows and spreads faster than other types and is notoriously hard to treat. Lead scientist Professor Greg Hannon, from the Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute, said: “Our work has pinpointed one of the key mechanisms that... Read more
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