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Novel Drug Could Potentially Treat Liver Cancer More Effectively

News   Aug 03, 2018 | Original story from National University of Singapore (NUS)

 
Novel Drug Could Potentially Treat Liver Cancer More Effectively

Professor Daniel Tenen (right) and Dr Liu Bee Hui (left), who are researchers from the Cancer Science Institute of Singapore at the National University of Singapore, are members of the research team that had developed a novel peptide drug that could potentially treat liver cancer more effectively. Credit: National University of Singapore

 
 
 

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