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Oncologist Francis Lévi, pictured, has been probing the potential of chronotherapy for 20 years, but momentum is now building as more researchers join his mission to prove that the time cancer drugs are given influences their efficacy and toxicity

Francis Lévi, oncologist and biomedical scientist at the University of Warwick, says timing administration right can increase a drug’s effectiveness and simultaneously make it less toxic to the patient

Source  Dara Mohammadi