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Existing Cancer Treatment Could be Used for Common ‘Untreatable’ Form of Lung Cancer

05:08 EDT 13 Jul 2018 | Lab Bulletin

University of GlasgowA cancer treatment already approved for use in certain types of cancer has been found to block cell growth in a common form of lung cancer for which there is currently no specific treatment available. The new findings, published today in Science Translational Medicine and led by the University of Glasgow, suggest that a large number of...

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