Thinking Outside the Cell 

For decades, the scientific establishment ignored Mina Bissell. Now her insights could revolutionize how cancer is understood and treated.

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The microenvironment landscape that she helped pioneer is still wide open. "We know a lot about the language and the alphabet of the genome," she says, "but we know very little about the language and alphabet of form."

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