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Massachusetts Institute Of Technology: Measuring Cancer Cell State Can Reveal Drug Susceptibility

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Over the past few decades, scientists have made great strides in understanding the genetic mutations that can drive cancer. For some types of cancer, these discoveries have led to the development of drugs that target specific mutations.

However, there are still many types of cancer for which no such targeted therapies are available. A team of researchers from MIT, Dana Farber Cancer Institute, and other institutions is now examining whether another cell trait — RNA expression patterns — influences drug responses and can be used to identify treatments a tumor might be susceptible to. Read more . . . 

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