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Pancreatic Cancer: Less Toxic Drug May Improve Therapy

News   Aug 09, 2019 | Original story from Columbia University Irving Medical Center

 
Pancreatic Cancer: Less Toxic Drug May Improve Therapy

In preclinical testing, an experimental drug for pancreatic cancer blocks the formation of microtubules in the cell, hindering growth. Microtubules are shown in black, and DNA is in blue. The pancreatic cancer cluster on the right was treated with PTC596. Credit: PTC Therapeutics

 
 
 

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