The use of targeted mouse models for preclinical testing of novel cancer therapeutics.

  title={The use of targeted mouse models for preclinical testing of novel cancer therapeutics.},
  author={Kenneth P. Olive and David A Tuveson},
  journal={Clinical cancer research : an official journal of the American Association for Cancer Research},
  volume={12 18},
The use of genetically engineered cancer-prone mice as relevant surrogates for patients during the development of pertinent clinical applications is an unproven expectation that awaits direct demonstration. Despite the generally disappointing findings using tumor xenografts and certain early transgenic cancer models to predict therapeutic efficacy in patients, the dramatic progress of mouse models in recent years engenders optimism that the newest generation of mouse models will provide a… CONTINUE READING

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