Abstract: Combination therapies are being increasingly employed to treat diseases where single agents do not have the desired clinical benefit. There are a number of publications that cite the benefit of combination therapy over monotherapy in preventing disease progression.Summary: This study aimed to assess if the CFC assay could also be useful at predicting the increased toxicity of drug combinations relative to the toxicity caused by the relevant single agent.
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