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One of the early studies showed 40 percent improvements in three-year survival rates compared to standard chemo.
For example, chemo might destroy the tumor’s outer cell layer, but the inner ones can develop resistance, so where single cells may die, a 3D mass will bounce back.
Only unlike real patients, the organoids can be subjected to all sorts of harsh experiments to zero in on the precise chemo cocktails that destroy them in the best possible way.
The chemo drugs used to treat it haven’t changed in 40 years, Plenker says.
My immune system responded poorly to chemo, so the therapy had dragged on for an additional six months.My life was upended for 35 years by a cancer diagnosis. A doctor just told me I was misdiagnosed.|Jeff Henigson|March 26, 2021|Washington Post
At the time that sounded like a great idea, but I was also about to start chemo and so that idea was temporarily put on hold.
“I would sit with her and talk while she was in chemo at UCLA,” he says.Oh Yes, He’s The Great Connector: Jason Hirschhorn’s Expertly Curated World|Lloyd Grove|October 17, 2014|DAILY BEAST
He goes to the hospital practically every day for what he called a quick shot of chemo.
Her body was being destroyed by chemo and I became devoted to helping her.Ricki Lake: The ‘Weed the People’ Filmmaker on Why We Should Legalize Marijuana|Ricki Lake|May 20, 2014|DAILY BEAST
After surgery, the patients all received the standard therapy of chemo, radiotherapy and endocrine therapy.