Lung cancer drug ‘could help treat ectopic pregnancy’

11:47 EDT 10 Sep 2013 | Bioethics.com

A lung cancer drug could be given to women with ectopic pregnancies in a bid to help them avoid surgery. A joint study by researchers in Edinburgh and Melbourne, Australia, found that combining a drug called gefitinib with existing treatment was more...

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