Gene Increases Effectiveness Of Drugs Used To Fight Cancer And Allows Reduction In Dosage, University of Granada Study
11/25/2009 6:28:19 AM
Physorg -- Researchers at the University of Granada, Spain, have found a suicide gene, called 'gene E', which leads to the death of tumour cells derived from breast, lung and colon cancer, and prevents their growth. The importance of this new gene is that its use to fight cancer can reduce the potent drugs that are currently used, so that could mean more effective treatment for cancer.
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