What is the evidence that tumors are angiogenesis dependent?

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. . . The onset of angiogenesis also contributes to permits the shedding of cells from the primary tumor (16), and decreased angiogenesis is associated with a decreased rate of metastasis (17). The hypothesis that tumor growth is angiogenesis dependent rests in part on the following evidence: . . .

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  • Judah Folkman

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