Blocking Aggressive Prostate Cancer’s Fat-burning Mechanism Overcomes Disease’s Resistance to Xtandi

Blocking Aggressive Prostate Cancer’s Fat-burning Mechanism Overcomes Disease’s Resistance to Xtandi
A major problem treating an aggressive form of prostate cancer is that it develops resistance to the androgen therapies used to combat it. One solution could be targeting the cancer’s energy-creating mechanism, according to a study. Prostate cancer burns fat to create energy. Researchers discovered that blocking this metabolism process makes an androgen treatment known

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2 comments

  1. Robert says:

    Once xtandi stops working I skipped phase 1-3 trials because I had nothing to loose. I started taking the angina drug Ranexa. My psa quit doubling each 28 days and would only go up 1 or less once taking Ranexa with xtandi. Just a heads up, it will be hard to find a Dr. with the guts to close the cancer play book and write the scrip

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