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New cancer treatments can be tested in artificial cells on tiny chips the size of a postage stamp

By Katherine Elvira, Research assistant professor, Department of Chemistry, University of Victoria
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Artificial cells on tiny microfluidic chips can provide early insight into how new cancer drugs behave in cells, and why certain kinds of cancer are more resistant to chemotherapy treatment.

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