David Nield is a Contributing Journalist at ScienceAlert. He’s a freelance journalist who has been writing about science and technology for more than 20 years. Dave’s work has appeared in a wide range of publications, including Wired, Popular Science, The Guardian, and Gizmodo, and he has been reporting for ScienceAlert across a wide range of subjects since 2015.
Cancer Cells Hibernate to Survive Chemotherapy Drugs💉💊🧬
It is an unfortunate fact that, regardless of available treatments, cancer has the ability to reoccur after several years of diagnosis. This could be because some cancer cells tends to enter into a hibernation-like state called dormancy to survive when a threat like chemotherapy begins to attack them.