Lymphoma cell metabolism may provide new cancer target

Scientists at Cornell University have discovered a way to “trick” aggressive and fairly common lymphoma cells into starving themselves, which could prove a breakthrough for those with blood cancers, a new study reports.

“We are excited to consider the translational potential of this finding in treating lymphoma,” Hening Lin told Jim Scnabel for the Cornell Chronicle.

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