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Abstract B008: Man vs machine: Crowdsourcing vs deep learning of adaptive therapy strategies

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Title
Abstract B008: Man vs machine: Crowdsourcing vs deep learning of adaptive therapy strategies
Published in
Cancer Research, May 2022
DOI 10.1158/1538-7445.evodyn22-b008
Authors

Rafael R. Bravo, Brenden K. Peterson, Mark Robertson-Tessi, Daniel M. Faissol, Alexander R.A. Anderson

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#17,273,741
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#15,066
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#181,587
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#80
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