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New weapon being developed against metastatic cancer

Scientists have found that the drug group called Src Kinase inhibitors are effective in preventing metastatic cancer cells from invading other organs. So far, the new treatment has not been tested on humans but it has been effective in mice.

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About: New weapon being developed against metastatic cancer

Date: 26 October 2004

Source: Health Day News


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