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Weighing cancer cells to personalise drug choices

The new technique, which involves removing tumour cells from patients, treating the cells with a drug, and then measuring changes in the cells’ mass, could be applied to a wide variety of cancers and drug treatments, says Scott Manalis, the David H. In their new study, the researchers decided to see if a simpler and significantly faster approach — measuring subtle changes in single-cell mass distributions between drug-treated and untreated cancer cells — would be able to predict patient survival.

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