MIT's machine learning model can make cancer treatments less toxic

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MIT's machine learning model can make cancer treatments less toxic

The system can determine the smallest doses that are still effective at treating tumours

Researchers at MIT have developed a machine learning technique that can lower the toxic treatments that patients are given for glioblastoma, the most aggressive form of brain cancer. The prognos...

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