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Scientists are probing the potential of so-called chronotherapy in cancer. As the human body is governed by biological rhythms, the thinking is that a drug’s effectiveness and toxicity can be influenced by the exact time it is given

Tailoring the timing of chemotherapy to match each patient's biological clock might affect treatment toxicity and efficacy.

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