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IndiTreat® – The potential to predict tumor resistance and sensitivity

Until today, there have been no functional means to evaluate the most efficacious form of cancer treatment for the individual patient. Up to 50% of first-line treatments of metastatic colorectal cancer are ineffective mainly due to tumor resistance*, causing a measurable burden on clinic resources and immeasurable patient suffering.

Over the last decade, testing cancer treatments on microtumors rather than on the patient has been on the horizon. With IndiTreat, 2cureX makes the testing of chemotherapeutic agents on patient-derived microtumors an operational reality. IndiTreat serves you and your clinic with functional information on tumor resistance and sensitivity.

* European Journal of Cancer 81 (2017) 191–202

What does this mean to oncologists and their patients?

The potential to predict tumor resistance and sensitivity to cancer drugs

The power to select the most appropriate treatment, in accordance with guidelines or off-label

The promise to improve patient quality of life through in vitro testing of drug efficacy on the individual patient

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Please contact 2cureX for more information

Email: info@2cureX.com
Phone: +45 22115399
Web: www.IndiTreat.com

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Key benefits of IndiTreat

  • Tumor resistance
    Predict tumor resistance and sensitivity to cancer drugs
  • Right cancer treatment
    Select the most appropriate treatment, in accordance with guidelines or off-label
  • Better patient outcome
    Improve patient quality of life through in vitro testing of drug efficacy on the individual patient
  • Help chemo-naïve CRC patients
    Identify the most effective treatment in chemo-naïve colorectal cancer patients
  • Help late-stage CRC patients
    Identify the most effective treatment in late-stage colorectal cancer patients
  • Functional precision medicine
    Complement the genomic characterisation of tumours with functional data on resistance and sensitivity to drugs