Study Finds New Drug To Prevent Prostate Cancer Growth And Metastasis

Study Finds New Drug To Prevent Prostate Cancer Growth And Metastasis
Georgetown Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center researchers recently published results of a study in the PlosOne journal, where they show an investigational agent can prevent tumor growth and metastasis in mice models of prostate cancer with a common chromosomal abnormality. The drug, YK-4-279, is the first compound that can directly target a commonly found chromosomal translocation in

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