Novel 3D bioprinted models provide insight into cancer progression and treatment
Researchers from the University of Minnesota (MN, USA) have developed a new technique to study cancer cells in a 3D in-vitro model, allowing the replication of specific tumor environments for improved understanding of cancer progression and metastasis, and the development of anti-cancer drugs.
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