07 February 2017

By Dr Wendy Winnall - PCFA Research Team

Neuropilin 1 Aggressive Prostate Cancer Inline

Prostate cancer can be often managed well by treatments such as surgery or radiotherapy. However some cases of prostate cancer are much more dangerous. They spread to other organs and become resistant to drugs. It's important to understand what is different about these tumours that makes them return and spread. A new Australian study has discovered that prostate tumours with a large amount of neuropilin-1 protein are more likely to be dangerous.

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