Study on cancer genetics might help firms better design drug trials

07/21/2010 | MIT Technology Review

Scientists at the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute and Massachusetts General Hospital will test 400 compounds, including chemotherapy drugs and molecularly targeted treatments, on 1,000 cancer cell lines containing cancer-related genetic mutations, in an effort to advance personalized medicine. The findings are expected to help drugmakers design clinical studies that include only patients who are most likely to benefit from experimental cancer drugs.

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