Collection: Cancer Treatment Research

Cancer treatment research includes the development of drugs that work against cancer, research on how to deliver drugs to cancer effectively, and research on how to detect cancer in its early stages.

Drug Discovery

A possible way to develop drugs for cancer is to administer them to cancer tissue and see how it reacts, but this requires growing cancer cells to the tissue level. SpheroidCatch helps sort out the spheroids of cancer cells that have grown above a specific size.

In Vitro Diagnostics

In the past, the only way to determine if a tumor was cancerous tissue was through a surgical biopsy, but in recent years, an increasing number of cancers can be diagnosed by examining components such as blood and urine for the presence of markers. Plasma filters can screen cancer by separating plasma containing miRNA as a marker from whole blood.

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