Androgens Drive Sexual Dimorphism in Liver Metastasis by Promoting Hepatic Accumulation of Neutrophils

Scientists demonstrated a significant male-biased sexual dimorphism in liver metastasis, which was attributed to host androgen/androgen receptor signaling that promoted hepatic seeding of tumor cells and subsequent outgrowth in a neutrophil-dependent manner.
[Cell Reports]
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