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In a Q and A in Oncology Times, Ludwig Oxford's Colin Goding discusses the crucial question of why cancer cells move away from the primary tumour and colonise other tissues. This metastasis is a major challenge for effective therapy. The article summarises findings from recent work by the Goding group about translation reprogramming being an evolutionarily conserved mechanism involved in migration and invasivness.