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Lab-grown tumors accelerate prostate cancer research

A multi-institutional group of researchers and clinicians have developed a quicker and more accurate way of testing new prostate cancer treatments. The findings were recently published in European Urology.

Typically, new cancer treatments undergo pre-clinical testing on oversimplified cancer cells artificially grown in a lab, rather than on live tumors (as they are incredibly difficult to keep alive once they have been removed from the patient’s body).

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