Scientists have been able to predict how cancer patients will respond to therapy by growing miniature versions of their tumours in the laboratory. They say the groundbreaking work could lead to "smarter, kinder and more effective treatments". The study, in the journal Science, was accurate at telling .Scientists have discovered a way to develop "tailor made" cancer treatment by testing drugs on "mini tumours" grown in the lab. The study by the Royal Marsden and Institute of Cancer Research found that cells taken from cancer patients could be used grow replica tumours, allowing them to keep testing .Testing cancer drugs on miniature replicas of a patient s tumour could help doctors tailor treatment, according to new research.."Mini tumours created to battle cancer," BBC News reports on a study in which scientists created lab grown "mini tumours" to test responses to different treatments..
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