By James Gallagher
Health and science reporter, BBC News website
The deadly spread of cancer around the body has been cut by three-quarters in animal experiments, say scientists.
Tumours can “seed” themselves elsewhere in the body and this process is behind 90% of cancer deaths.
The mouse study, published in Nature, showed altering the immune system slowed the spread of skin cancers to the lungs. Read more.
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