Melbourne: Cancer cells move around by adapting their behaviour to whatever environment they are in, a new study has found.According to the research, the cells have a tendency to "crawl" on flat surfaces, while in a web-like meshwork, they become rounder to help them wring through gaps, News.com.au reported.
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