The researchers involved call this breakthrough a “game-changer for drug development.” The applications in oncology are countless:
As most of you know, I have a type of bone marrow cancer known as multiple myeloma. Although there still isn’t a cure, me and many of my fellow myeloma patients are living years longer thanks to new anti-cancer drugs.
Reader and researcher, Gary Blau, is always reminding me how individualized treatment and dosing could help improve a patient’s quality of life–and help us live longer, too.
Half of current cancer deaths can be prevented? I’m not sure I’m buying, but tell me more!
This article, written by a physician named Peter Bach, is so good I don’t even know where to start…