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Starving Prostate Cancer: Scientists Discover How to Cut Off Cancer's Food Supply, Centenary Inst. of Cancer Medicine & Cell Biology Study


11/4/2011 7:43:04 AM

Researchers at the Centenary Institute in Sydney have discovered a potential future treatment for prostate cancer -- through starving the tumour cells of an essential nutrient they need to grow rapidly. Their work, with human cells grown in the lab, reveals targets for drugs that could slow the progress of early and late stage prostate cancer. The research has been funded by the Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia (PCFA) and Movember.

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