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Tumors closer to committing “cellular suicide” are more sensitive to conventional anticancer drugs.
A computer model can predict which drugs a cancer patient will respond to best.
The new approach, which features a heat-sensitive fluorescent dye, could eventually replace standard chemotherapy.
A new delivery system chokes a tumor’s blood supply while sparing healthy tissues.
Molecules that make blood vessels more permeable might boost chemotherapeutics.
Tiny sensors can monitor cancer-causing agents and chemotherapy drugs in cells.
A gene-screening method can predict an individual’s response to cancer drugs.
Targeted nanotech-based treatments will enter clinical trials in 2007.