Growth of Same Patient’s Healthy and Cancerous Prostate Cells in Lab May Lead to Tailored Therapies

Growth of Same Patient’s Healthy and Cancerous Prostate Cells in Lab May Lead to Tailored Therapies
Researchers have grown a patient’s normal prostate cells and his cancerous cells in a lab for the first time without altering their genetic features. The step could lead to better understanding of the genetic drivers of prostate cancer and tailored therapies for treating it. The study, “Conditionally reprogrammed normal and primary tumor prostate epithelial cells:

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