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Undoubtedly, one of the worst sentences anyone can hear from his or her doctor is, “You have cancer.” Of course, immediate attention becomes focused on how the cancer can best be treated to achieve optimal tumor response. Over the years, biomedical science has been dramatically increasing rates...
Abstract The concept and realization of targeted anticancer therapy (TAT) have existed for at least two decades and continue to expand rapidly. It has become clear that there is no “magic bullet” to cure cancer and that even TATs are unlikely to be successful as single agents, necessitating...
Abstract Characterization of the role of oral microbiome in cancer therapy-induced oral mucositis (CTOM) is critical in preventing the clinically deleterious effects on patients’ health that are associated with CTOM. Funding initiatives related to the National Institutes of Health human...
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