Organoids mimic therapies responses
We have published several articles about Potential applications of organoids that mimic different organs. We concluded that this creation of organic structures (organoids) similar to others in our body may have objective biomedical applications. On this occasion, an interesting article published in Science reports that biobanks of organoids have been created using metastatic gastrointestinal cancer cells from patients included in phase I and II trials of these types of cancers. The creation of these organoids has allowed the authors to model therapies responses and to compare the effect of the therapy received by the patients in vivo. This is undoubtedly a biomedical advance that allows designing a personalized therapy, moreover, it presents no ethical difficulties.