DNA Devices For Selective, Individualized Cancer Therapy
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Jason is an Associate Professor of Physics at the University of Texas at Dallas.

                       

DNA Devices For Selective, Individualized Cancer Therapy

While no one wants to receive a cancer diagnosis, a number of treatments are now available, making the likelihood of a favorable outcome better than ever before. A particularly attractive class of treatment is immunotherapy — a strategy that leverages a person’s own immune system to fight the cancer. Immunotherapy is often accomplished with oral medication, making it one of the more convenient ways to address this illness. Among immunotherapies, many involve the generation of DNA damage.1 This may feel...

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