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Personalizing Cancer Treatment
Answers Likely to Be Found in Unraveling Genomic and Epigenomic Complexities
- At present it is estimated that only about 15 out of 100 women with breast cancer treated with chemotherapy achieve any benefit. Current cancer treatments have limited efficacy, are toxic, and are typically quite costly. The monoclonal antibody-based drug cetuximab, which is used to treat colorectal cancer, for ...
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