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Tool Would Use Tumor Gene Expression to Inform Radiation Dose
In a retrospective analysis, a team found that an algorithm integrating the gene expression of a tumor with the radiation dose a patient received predicted how well the patient responded to the treatment.
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Tool Would Use Tumor Gene Expression to Inform Radiation Dose
Tool Would Use Tumor Gene Expression to Inform Radiation Dose

In a retrospective analysis, a team found that an algorithm integrating the gene expression of a tumor with the radiation dose a patient received predicted how well the patient responded to the treatment.

In a retrospective analysis, a team found that an algorithm integrating the gene expression of a tumor with the radiation dose a patient received predicted how well the patient responded to the treatment.

ABOVE: ISTOCK.COM, THOMAS HECKER

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