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Understanding science at a glance: Images and infographics can be downloaded here, for enhancing medical presentations and education sessions.

  • Colon cancer: step by step into chaos. From polyp to metastatic tumour.
  • The Trojan horse in the cell. A description of the action of antibody-drug conjugates (ADC)s.
  • Personalised medicine: tailored treatments. A look at the objectives of personalised medicine.
  • Phage display: search through the gene library. How phage display can be used to find new therapeutics.
  • Targeted cancer therapy: blocking signal pathways. A look at targeting EGFR in colon cancer.
  • Cancer stem cells: promising targets. The importance of targeting cancer stem cells.

More infographics are available on The Bayer Scientific Magazine Research website.

Image utilisation: Usage for non-profit purposes is allowed by naming "research – the Bayer scientific magazine" as source. Resale to third parties is prohibited.


The European Society for Medical Oncology (ESMO) wishes to thank Bayer AG for donating this content.

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