Tumor spread with lymph node metastasis (LNM) is a common and early event in gastric cancer. It carries a guarded prognosis, as the disease’s progression is associated with only a 33.2% five-year survival rate. Ichikawa et al. (2014) sought to understand the mechanisms behind this grave pathogenesis by characterizing the proteomes of the primary tumor Read the rest of this article
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