Prostreat Seen as Better Than Current Therapies at Stopping Aggressive Prostate Cancer in Mice

Prostreat Seen as Better Than Current Therapies at Stopping Aggressive Prostate Cancer in Mice
NucleoBio’s investigative therapy Prostreat was seen to be better at preventing the growth and spread of metastatic castration-resistant prostate cancer than currently available hormone therapies, a mouse study showed. The treatment was effective even in cells with a variant of the androgen receptor that renders them resistant to treatment, setting the basis for the development of Prostreat for the most aggressive form of prostate cancer. The company is now planning to advance the therapy candidate into clinical trials later this year. The findings were recently presented at the 25th Biennial Congress of the European Association for Cancer Research, held
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