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The new approach, which features a heat-sensitive fluorescent dye, could eventually replace standard chemotherapy.
Tumors closer to committing “cellular suicide” are more sensitive to conventional anticancer drugs.
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.
A new delivery system chokes a tumor’s blood supply while sparing healthy tissues.
A computer model can predict which drugs a cancer patient will respond to best.
Targeted nanotech-based treatments will enter clinical trials in 2007.