What do metastatic cancer cells have in common with sharks?

In a new study, researchers report that when cancer cells become invasive (metastatic), they start behaving in ‚predatory‘ ways. Metastatic cancer cells differ from their non-metastatic counterparts not only in their genetics, but also in their moving strategy: they spread more rapidly and are more directional than non-invasive cancer cells. (Mehr in: Cancer News — ScienceDaily)