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The possibility to inhibit tumor growth by interfering with the formation of new vessels, which most neoplasias depend on, has recently raised considerable interest. An angiogenic switch, in which proliferating cells acquire the ability to direct new vessel formation, is thought to be an early step in the natural history of solid tumors. Using a transgenic model of breast cancer, which shows many similarities to its human counterpart, including ability to metastasize, we targeted angiostatinpmid:10825138 fatcat:jcm4l7tevfd4li6ve7okmhjoyi