‘Mouse avatar’ xenografts accepted to guide choice of cancer treatment

The use of patient-derived xenografts in ‘mouse avatars’ is a highly acceptable approach to guide the choice of cancer treatments, Australian research shows. According to a survey of 1,550 cancer survivors, parents of childhood cancer survivors and people unaffected by cancer, the potential advantages for personalised cancer care far outweigh the disadvantages. The findings were ...

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