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Arthritis drug could treat blood cancer patients, breakthrough finds

06:00 EDT 3 Aug 2017 | Science Daily

A drug used for arthritis could be used to treat blood cancer, scientists have found. Polycythemia vera, a type of blood cancer, affects 3,000 people a year. This breakthrough offers an affordable and effective treatment, say the investigators.

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