Omega-3 Fatty Acids Slow Triple-Negative Breast Cancer Cell Proliferation
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In addition to Russo, Manni, and Pogash, investigators on this project included Ricardo López de Cicco, Benjamin Pressly, and Irma H. Russo at Fox Chase Cancer Center; and Julie A. Himmelberger at DeSales University; and Shantu Amin, Krishne Gowda, and Karam El-Bayoumy at Pennsylvania State University.
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