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Overcoming chemotherapy resistance

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    Why does it happen that chemotherapy that appears to be successful suddenly stops working, allowing tumor cells to surge back? Dr. Charles Swanton of the Royal Marsden Hospital in London, England, is zeroing in on kinase signaling molecules that seem to be responsible for resistance to chemotherapy. He explains why this happens, and how his work is pointing to ways to overcome it.

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    Why does it happen that chemotherapy that appears to be successful suddenly stops working, allowing tumor cells to surge back? Dr. Charles Swanton of the Royal Marsden Hospital in London, England, is zeroing in on kinase signaling molecules that seem to be responsible for resistance to chemotherapy. He explains why this happens, and how his work is pointing to ways to overcome it.

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