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genetic basis of response to chemotherapy

 
  November, 10 2000 11:19
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Hopkins researchers develop method to predict response to chemotherapy


Researchers at the Johns Hopkins Oncology Center uncovered a genetic alteration that appears to predict how individuals with an aggressive type of brain cancer will respond to chemotherapy.
NIH/National Cancer Institute

Contact:
Vanessa Wasta
wastava@jhmi.edu
410-955-1287
Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions


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