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Mini tumours grown in lab, chemo breakthrough

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Scientists have successfully grown mini versions of patients' tumours in a lab - and then tested them against dozens of drugs to find the best possible treatment.

The technique could mean patients get effective chemotherapy sooner - and are spared unnecessary side effects from drugs that do not work.

Scientists have hailed the uniquely personalised treatment as "extremely promising".

https://news.sky.com/story/mini-tumours-grown-in-lab-are-breakthrough-for-medicine-tests-11262358

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Piney

:tu: Awesome!

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