Researchers make miniature ‘bone marrows in a dish’ to improve anti-cancer treatments


Scientists from Oxford University and the University of Birmingham have made the first bone marrow “organoids” that capture the key features of human bone marrow. This technology, which is the subject of a patent application filed by University of Birmingham Enterprise, will allow for the screening of multiple anti-cancer drugs at the same time, as well as testing personalized treatments for individual cancer patients.

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