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Darwin’s theory of evolution suggests a new approach for treating cancer

Scientific American | 
Cancers that have spread, known as metastatic disease, are rarely curable. The reasons that patients die despite effective treatment are ...
cancer

Adaptive Oncogenesis: Alternative to ‘brute force’ cancer cures, which often leave patients severely damaged

STAT | 
In Darwinian evolution, organisms that are well-adapted to their environments flourish and crowd out those that aren’t. My colleagues and ...
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Viewpoint: ‘Mutation-centric’ cancer treatment ignores critical environmental factors

Nautilus | 
[Editor's note: The following is part of an interview with James DeGregori is a professor in the Department of Biochemistry ...

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