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Prevention Column

Richard Béliveau’s prevention columns are published by the Journal de Montreal who has authorized us to make them available on this website.

The liver, a fertile soil for metastases

The metastases of several types of cancers often take root within the liver, a phenomenon which is generally associated with a low level of survival. Recent work suggests that this preferential localization is caused by the pro-inflammatory action of hepatic cells which create a welcoming environment ideal for the establishment and growth of metastases. Download the column

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