Explain the process of metastasis, Biology

Explain the process of metastasis. Define anti-angiogenic drugs and relate the role of medical imaging, if any, in anti-angiogenic drug therapy. State how you envision your particular imaging modality affecting patient management in patients taking anti-angiogenic therapy, if at all.

Include the terms/ concepts: proliferation, movement, immune response, and angiogenesis.

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