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Bone marrow organoids may aid blood cancer research
UK researchers have reported organoids that model the structure of blood cell-producing bone marrow that could be used for research and the development of personalized treatments. "This is a huge step forward, enabling insights into the growth patterns of cancer cells and potentially a more personalized approach to treatment. We now have a platform that we can use to test drugs on a 'personalized medicine' basis," said Abdullah Khan, first author of the study in the journal Cancer Discovery. Labiotech (Germany) (11/15)
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