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NEW YORK – Stromal cells found in the tumor microenvironment of colorectal cancer patients harbor a number of genomic alterations, some of which can indicate poor prognosis, a new single-cell multi-omics study has found.

Cells within the tumor microenvironment may contribute to disease progression through their interactions with cancer cells, but as researchers from Peking University noted, little is known about the degree to which these non-malignant cells are transformed by cancer cells. 

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