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Understanding the different populations of mutant cells in a cancer could mean more targeted treatments.
Scientists use synthetic biology to create drug-controlled T cells.
By automating the tracking of tumor cells that circulate in the blood, doctors can see if a cancer treatment is working.
DNA changes could help doctors see if stray cancer cells remain after treatment.
An earlier measure of treatment could improve patients’ prognosis.
Nanotechnology-based drug delivery offers new treatment options for deadly pancreatic cancers.
New lasers will be key to making fusion energy and proton therapy practical.
Tiny electron emitters inside an x-ray generator could improve medical imaging and cancer therapy.