Doctors May Be able to Personalize Your Cancer Treatment

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By Molly Grady

Scientists are finding new ways to personalize cancer treatments.

Researchers in Massachusetts are studying how individual cancer genes interact with certain medications.

The hope is to use cancer drugs the most effective way, targeting patients most likely to respond to specific treatments.



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