Cancer cells engineered with CRISPR slay their own kin

The technique reduced the size of tumors, a study in mice finds

gene-edited cancer cells

ON THE OFFENSIVE  Gene-edited cancer cells (green) release a protein deadly to other tumor cells (red).

Khalid Shah lab/CSTI

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