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Application to Modeling Cancer Drug Resistance

Random mutation is pervasive in nature and has been mathematically modeled extensively. It is a primary mechanism by which cancer and pathogens resist drugs and other systemic treatments. For example, most cancers are still incurable primarily because they develop resistance to anti-cancer drugs. This resistance arises via a variety of mechanisms, and mathematical modeling over the past four decades has improved our understanding of it.

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