Jun 10, 2010 - 12:04 pm
Reseachers at University of Alabama at Birmingham(UAB) are "examining inactivated or altered genetic material (DNA) left in the body after breast-cancer cells are exposed to chemotherapy. UAB researchers say the resulting altered DNA may be the factor that activates the spread of living cancer cells to distant locations in the body-a deadly process called metastasis--through a specific molecular pathway"
Reported at newswise this date
While its breast cancer they are studying, the idea itself is thought-provoking, I think....steve