3D melanoma model shows how tumour cells spread

Growth states of cancer cells can now be visualised in real time, thanks to a new 3D model of a melanoma tumour developed by researchers at the University of Queensland Diamantina Institute.

Researchers used cutting-edge imaging technology to precisely measure the cell cycles as a melanoma grows. The model provides visual evidence that melanoma tumours can evade therapy by arresting the growth of some cells.

Read more at The University of Queensland