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How Scientific Teams Develop New Anti-Cancer Drugs

See how teams of doctors, biologists, and chemists work together to discover new drugs to fight cancer and show how they are effective in treating the disease.
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Stand Up To Cancer Day is 9/8. See how teams of doctors, biologists, and chemists work together to discover new drugs to fight cancer and show how they are effective in treating the disease. Students can be assigned careers and work in groups to analyze data obtained during the drug discovery process and determining the most effective inhibitors of cancer cell growth.

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