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Isolation and Cancer Risk?

Social interactions impact cancer risk in mice

By Kevin Begos


Positive social support improves cancer outcomes in mice, according to a new research study. Researchers at the University of Chicago found that mice raised in isolation were more likely to produce compounds that can fuel tumor growth.

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