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medical illustration of Personalized cancer therapy is used to study a patient’s genetic makeup and how their tumor grows. This information may help in finding methods of prevention, screening, and treatment strategies that may be more effective. Doctors also want to find treatments that cause fewer side effects than the standard options. Genetic testing on the cancer cells and on normal cells may lead  to customized treatments that match a patient’s needs. medical illustration of Conceptual for article discussing the complexities of clinical management with greater interest in genetic testing, risk assessment, and large-scale population screening with a rapidly growing body of information to improve patient care in cancer patients and those with other immune related forms of disease. medical illustration of Zika virus carried by mosquitos effect pregnancies by causing birth defects, such as microcephaly, in countries or areas with high populations of Aedes albopictus and Aedes aegypti.  medical illustration of Three quarter view of face with eye medical illustration of Central nervous system (CNS) Antineoplastic, chemotherapy treatments for tumors, implications of blood brain barrier
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medical illustration of PARP is an accronym for Pharmacological inhibitors of the enzyme poly ADP ribose polymerase, which is used in the treatment of cancers such as ovarian cancer. medical illustration of Vascular endothelial growth factors role in increased vascularization of glioblastoma tumors and the use of monoclonal antibodies in blocking neo-vascularization and angiogenesis. medical illustration of Uveal melanoma signaling within the tumor cell leading to genetic and enzymatic changes. medical illustration of Chimeric Antigen Receptor (CAR) T Cell Therapy uses a viral vector to introduce DNA into a T Cell in order to engineer a specialized receptor/protein onto the surface of the T cell that recognized specific proteins on the surface of a tumor. The newly engineered cells need to be multiplied in the lab and reintroduced (infused) into the patient in order for them to help fight cancer in the patient. medical illustration of Glass figure (male) with cardiovascular system and related organs
medical illustration of Abnormal uterine bleeding medical illustration of Intestinal flora shown within small intestine to illustrate the role of the Isomaltase enzyme in sugar and carbohydrate absorption. medical animation of Animation, Three-dimensional / Models, Advertising / Marketing, Editorial, Multimedia, Allergy / Immunology, Pharmacology, Respiratory medical illustration of Synaptic Neuron 3D image medical illustration of Stem Cells in the process forming a blastula
medical illustration of Isomaltase enzyme function in the breakdown of sugar and starches; part of a series for Sucraid™ medical illustration of Color, Three-dimensional / Models, Advertising / Marketing, Cardiac Surgery / Cardiology, Disease Management, Medical Devices, Thoracic Surgery medical illustration of Neurological involvement in depression medical illustration of Animation, Color, Advertising / Marketing, Editorial, Stock, General Surgery, Medical Devices, Urology medical illustration of Animation, Color, Advertising / Marketing, Biotechnology, Cell biology / Histology, Orthopaedics

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