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Even when cancer drugs work, it’s not always as intended, study finds

13:57 EDT 12 Sep 2019 | MedCity News

Researchers using CRISPR-Cas9 gene editing on cancer cell lines found that even when certain drugs’ putative molecular targets were removed, they still killed the cancer cells, indicating their mechanisms were not understood.

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