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Nanotechnology-based drug delivery offers new treatment options for deadly pancreatic cancers.
An earlier measure of treatment could improve patients’ prognosis.
New lasers will be key to making fusion energy and proton therapy practical.
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.
Tiny electron emitters inside an x-ray generator could improve medical imaging and cancer therapy.