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A Possible Reason Why Some Drugs Are Ineffective in Colorectal Cancer

News   May 23, 2019 | Original story by Koh, German Cancer Research Centre

 
A Possible Reason Why Some Drugs Are Ineffective in Colorectal Cancer

Three-dimensional organoids ("mini tumors") can be grown in the culture dish from tissue samples of colon cancer. Organoids are ideal to test the effectiveness of drugs. Image credit: DKFZ

 
 
 

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