…nces in how cancer is treated, ushering in an era of medicine known as precision oncology, in which doctors use genetic data to match cancer patients to drugs that target the specific cell mutations underlying their disease.
… treatment refractory, meaning they’ve failed to respond to several different medications. However, the more drugs a person has cycled through, the less chance they have of responding to either medication or neuromodulation.
…d tends to be hypoactive in depression. This area is connected to the subgenual anterior cingulate; turning up one region turns down the other. Doctors think that, together, these changes create an antidepressant response.