vascular endothelial growth factor

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(VEGF) a growth factor made by both normal cells and their abnormal or malignant counterparts to stimulate new blood vessel formation (see angiogenesis). It can be targeted by a family of drugs known as angiogenesis inhibitors, which include bevacizumab.

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