anonymous
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Describe the benefits to using tissue cultures to study medications used for treating cancer cells I need help
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anonymous
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One tissue culture can be used for all cancer patients.
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anonymous
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np
anonymous
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What? One tissue culture cannot be used for all cancer patients. How are you going to treat testicular cancer via cultures of breast cancers? Cancer is not a single disease, it is a group of diseases that cover a very wide range of causes and symptoms.
anonymous
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i agree with mrdoldum, i rather think that the answer should be that the tissue culture helps us see the effect of medications in vitro(outside the body) which is benefitial because it is a kind of test ,before administering the medication to the individual to see whether it has the desired effects on the tissue or not.
anonymous
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They also allow for rapid testing of many potential treatments in a controlled, or controlled as possible, setting. We cannot go around testing treatments on people or animals, it just is not a viable, let alone ethical, thing to do.

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