Hasini Jayatilaka, left, a post-doctoral fellow and Denis Wirtz, professor of chemical and biomedical engineering, who work together at the Institute of NanoBioTechnology at Johns Hopkins University, discuss their discovery that a biochemical signaling process that causes the spread of cancer cells can be slowed down with the use of two existing drugs.
Hasini Jayatilaka, left, a post-doctoral fellow and Denis Wirtz, professor of chemical and biomedical engineering, who work together at the Institute of NanoBioTechnology at Johns Hopkins University, discuss their discovery that a biochemical signaling process that causes the spread of cancer cells can be slowed down with the use of two existing drugs. Amy Davis TNS
Hasini Jayatilaka, left, a post-doctoral fellow and Denis Wirtz, professor of chemical and biomedical engineering, who work together at the Institute of NanoBioTechnology at Johns Hopkins University, discuss their discovery that a biochemical signaling process that causes the spread of cancer cells can be slowed down with the use of two existing drugs. Amy Davis TNS

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