The Huntsville Times
Two small companies at Huntsville’s HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology are preparing to test new products in 2012 that could advance the fight against breast and other cancers.
In one case, the product itself is a comprehensive lab test to help physicians decide which drugs would be most effective, or least effective, for particular cancer patients. This would be a step toward the anticipated coming era of "personalized" medicine. The second product is a new drug delivery system that its developer believes "could offer the chance of a cure…"
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