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Approval for human testing sought for novel cancer treatment

Approval is being sought from the FDA to test a new cancer treatment method on humans. The method involves using stem cells to directly target only tumours without affecting healthy cells. This method has fewer toxic side effects than traditional drug therapy.

Source: summary of medical news story as reported by The Seattle Times

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About: Approval for human testing sought for novel cancer treatment

Date: 3 November 2004

Source: The Seattle Times

Author: Diedtra Henderson


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