sábado, 12 de diciembre de 2009

Stroke drug kills cancer cells leaves normal cells intact

Researchers have found that a stroke drug -- a member of a family of phenanthridine derivatives developed by an American drug company -- worked to kill cancer in mice which had been implanted with human breast cancer cells.

Stopping the deadly cycle of cancer cell growth. The immediate results of the study were only one of the promising findings in


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