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  • Doctoral student Bijaya Upadhyaya and associate professor Moul Dey examine mouse tissue for evidence of cancer. Their research shows that a food compound derived from cruciferous vegetables called PEITC can kill cancer stem cells, which are responsible for cancer recurrence and spread.
    Doctoral student Bijaya Upadhyaya and associate professor Moul Dey examine mouse tissue for evidence of cancer. Their research shows that a food compound derived from cruciferous vegetables called PEITC can kill cancer stem cells, which are responsible for cancer recurrence and spread.
  • Doctoral students Biajaya Upadhyaya and Thamer Aljutaily prepare a medium in which they will grow cancer stem cells for use in determining how effective PEITC is at preventing relapse or spread of cancer.The research also added insight into  PEITC's chemopreventative properties.
    Doctoral students Biajaya Upadhyaya and Thamer Aljutaily prepare a medium in which they will grow cancer stem cells for use in determining how effective PEITC is at preventing relapse or spread of cancer.The research also added insight into PEITC's chemopreventative properties.
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