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Chemo 'undermines itself' through rogue response Fibroblasts are usually helpful cells Chemotherapy can undermine itself by causing a rogue response in healthy cells, which could explain why people become resistant, a study suggests. The treatment
12 Researchers are trialling a breakthrough treatment aimed at killing cancerous blood cells while leaving healthy cells largely unharmed. Professor Grant McArthur at the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre in Melbourne says the new trial will focus on
We have found proteins in cancer cells that are not present in normal cells and these can be targeted to treat cancer. So far, we have developed new cancer cell lines from Asian patients that are being used all over the world to help us find cures
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The cells then produce energy in a way that needs less oxygen but more sugar. Now, researchers have designed an experimental drug that chokes off that sugar supply, causing the cells to self-destruct. The agent, called OSU-CG12, is an example of a
But as Dr. Keith Flaherty read out the measurements of her tumors from the latest CT scan , he could not keep the distress from his voice. “She’s worse,” he said to the clinical trial nurse at the University of Pennsylvania ’s melanoma clinic.
Their findings could help make cancer treatments much more effective, experts believe. A team from the Cancer Research UK charity unravelled the structure of a protein at the heart of the tumour defence system...Fanconi Anaemia pathway" which was not