Tumors can change during treatment. Tumors are made of cells with many different mutations. A drug that targets a mutation can get rid of all cells with that mutation, but other cells may be resistant to that drug. Those resistant cells can grow and develop into a tumor made of entirely resistant cells. Storing and testing tumors in a bank throughout treatment provides a picture for how a patient's tumor changes through treatment, and how the treatment needs to be modified to overcome resistant cells.
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Rapidly produces a perpetual supply primary cancer cells from a variety of patient tumor specimens.
Store your original tumor or amplified tumor cells in an account that never runs out of living tumor cells.