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New cancer drug full steam ahead with commercial development

Cancer patients who have failed to benefit from conventional cancer treatment may soon have another weapon to attack the disease with. Chrisite Hospital scientists have developed a drug called RH1 which is capable of attacking cancer cells without harming healthy cells. It has been given the go ahead for commercial development following very successful small trials. Full trials will begin soon and the drug should be available in 5 years.

Source: summary of medical news story as reported by Manchester News

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About: New cancer drug full steam ahead with commercial development

Date: 1 December 2004

Source: Manchester News

Author: Rebecca Camber


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