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Prozac may be effective against chemo resistant tumours

Researchers have uncovered the idea that the antidepressant drug Prozac may be effective against malignant tumours that become resistant to chemotherapy drugs. However, this theory has so far only been tested on mice.

Source: summary of medical news story as reported by Haaretz

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About: Prozac may be effective against chemo resistant tumours

Date: 16 October 2004

Source: Haaretz

Author: Tamara Traubman


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