London: A new study has revealed that the effect of radiation therapy to treat cancer differs from one individual to another.Vivian Cheung from the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia along with his colleagues exposed the cells of 99 healthy individuals to a session of radiation, which starts a cellular response akin to that taking place during cancer therapy.An “executioner” enzyme – caspase, which causes the cells to self-destruct, was seen to have increased between 120 to 720 percent after the dose was given, thereby confirming that different individuals respond to the treatment differently.
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