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Further, the maximum value of α we consider is 10−4, which also satisfies the constraint imposed by this proposition. 4, treatment should successfully eradicate all tumor cells. Yet, this is only consistent with two of the four numerical simulations presented. The other two cases correspond to a drug resistant tumor and complete treatment failure. This discrepancy can be explained by the one assumption made during the theoretical analysis: we assumed that all cancer cells incur constant levels of damage at each time point during treatment (η ).

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