3D printed microfluidic device simulates tumor response to treatment
Researchers from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT; MA, USA) have developed a 3D printed device that can model the effect of cancer treatments on biopsied tissue, allowing clinicians to better determine how an individual will respond to a specific treatment.
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