Breast stem cells and their "daughters" can live for a long time and harbour genetic defects or damage that could lead to breast cancer later, reveals a new research.
A team of researchers has discovered that breast stem cells and their `daughters` have a much longer lifespan than previously thought, and are active in puberty and throughout life.
The ovarian hormone progesterone plays a pivotal role in altering breast stem cells, according to researchers at Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH).
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