Moores Cancer Center Researchers Create Drug To Keep Tumor Growth Switched Off

Published: Feb 12, 2010

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Physorg -- A novel -- and rapid -- anti-cancer drug development strategy has resulted in a new drug that stops kidney and pancreatic tumors from growing in mice. Researchers at the Moores Cancer Center at the University of California, San Diego, have found a drug that binds to a molecular "switch" found in cancer cells and cancer-associated blood vessels to keep it in the "off" position.

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