Investigational antibody boosts chemotherapy's cancer-killing potential

04:35 EDT 29 Jun 2017 | Pharmafile

A proof-of-concept study conducted at the Duke Cancer Institute (DCI) in North Carolina has shown that an investigational antibody has the ability to boost the cancer-killing effects of chemotherapy rituximab in those who have a natural resistance to it.

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