NewsCell mechanics research is making chemotherapy
friendlier

27th May 2021by admin0
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Malignant tumor cells undergo mechanical deformation
more easily than normal cells, allowing them to migrate throughout
the body. The mechanical properties of prostate cancer cells
treated with the most commonly used anti-cancer drugs have been
investigated at the Institute of Nuclear Physics of the Polish
Academy of Sciences in Cracow. According to the researchers,
current drugs can be used more effectively and at lower
doses.

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