Designer mice helping scientists find better treatments to combat Pancreatic Cancer.


"Scientists from Australia and the UK have created a “biosensor mouse”, enabling them to watch as pancreatic cancer cells begin to “unzip” from each other in real time – a signal that cells are on the verge of spreading from the primary tumour. Remarkably, the researchers successfully rezipped these cancer cells by treating mice with anti-cancer therapies, stopping the spread of cancer before it had begun."

Text courtesy of Sydney’s Garvan Institute of Medical Research

Please view below the Channel 9 News coverage on Jan 6th 2016 of this amazing breakthrough and our Foundation's Caroline Kelly being interviewed.


Video courtesy of Channel 9


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