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A team of researchers led by Momo Bentires-Alj discoverd how stress hormones promote breast cancer metastasis

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The researchers from the Bentires lab elucidated the molecular mechanisms by which stress hormones increase metastasis formation in breast cancer and further revealed that synthetic derivatives of these stress hormones, which are frequently used reduce the inflammatory response during chemotherapy, decrease the efficacy of treatment. Their findings were recently published in Nature.

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