Washington: A new research has shown for the first time cancer`s ability to fuse with blood cells in a way that gives cancer the ability to travel, allowing previously stationary cancer cells to enter the bloodstream and seed sites of metastasis around the body.The work, by the University of Colorado Cancer Center along with Yale University and the Denver Crime Lab, used DNA fingerprinting of a bone marrow transplant patient with cancer, along with DNA fingerprinting of the patient`s bone marrow donor, to show that subsequent metastatic cancer cells in the patient`s body carried parts of both genomes, fused together into a hybrid cancer cell.
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