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Breast cancer cells' self-sacrificial behavior uncovered as potential cause of relapse

For patients with early-stage breast cancer, there is a 7% to 11% chance of relapse within five years after receiving initial treatment, and this rate can be higher for patients with more advanced stages of the cancer. While chemotherapy aims to eliminate all cancer cells, some of them may evade treatment and survive, resulting in the recurrence of the cancer.


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