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Breast cancer study explores therapy to slow recurrence



A study by Neil Bhola, Ph.D., left, Carlos Arteaga, M.D., and colleagues suggests that drugs that block a specific signaling pathway in cancer cells enhance the effect of chemotherapy and may prevent recurrences of treatment-resistant triple negative breast cancer. (photo by John Russell)

A study by Neil Bhola, Ph.D., left, Carlos Arteaga, M.D., and colleagues suggests that drugs that block a specific signaling pathway in cancer cells enhance the effect of chemotherapy and may prevent recurrences of treatment-resistant triple negative breast cancer. (photo by John Russell)

Dr. Carlos Arteaga and Neil Bhola, Ph.D in the lab at Preston Research Building. For The Reporter and outside media use. (John Russell/Vanderbilt University)

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