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Using Predictive Mathematical Models to Optimise the Scheduling of Anti-Cancer Drugs

Altering an administration schedule can have a significant effect on drug efficacy, especially when drugs are used in combination. Computer models enable the simulation of thousands of possible schedules for combinations of different drugs providing a rationale for designing an appropriate schedule, rather than relying on convention, a hunch or trial-and-error.

David Orrell, and Eric Fernandez at Physiomics (June 2010)

Keywords: Scheduling of Anti-Cancer Drugs, Drug Efficacy, Mathematical Models,

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