[Yoshie Sugiyama] Chemotacxis dynamics of leukocytes : research and application into an individualized (tailored) treatment of cancer

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Yoshie Sugiyama

Yoshie Sugiyama

Graduate School of Information Science and Technology,
Osaka University


This proposed method will be effective in that after collecting data on the leukocyte cell count and chemotactic response, the selection of treatment becomes easier. Current cancer treatment support software only provides information on what has happend using 3D visualzations. On the other hand, a differential equation model would allow for predictions to be made as to what will happen allowing patients and doctors to make more informed decisions. We aim to do this by establishing the differential equation model to enable a cancer sthenia prediction, fusing mathematimatics with medicine and biology.

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