"The real attractiveness of the cancer stem cell hypothesis, in my view, is that if the 1 percent of cells that are left after successful chemotherapy are really cancer stem cells, then obviously that provides the rationale for different forms of therapy that target them," said Dr. Vogelstein, a leading cancer researcher at Johns Hopkins.
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