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New research brings cancer drug hope

21st July 2009

Researchers at the universities of Manchester and Southampton have found out that  cancer cells can be killed off with the use of antibodies.

The study could pave the way for new ways of treating the disease. Researcher Dr Mark Cragg said: "Our findings are significant and open up the possibility of applying the knowledge of how antibodies can be developed to trigger cell death and may enable us to design treatments for other cancers."

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Article Information

Title: New research brings cancer drug hope
Author: Jess Laurence
Article Id: 12227
Date Added: 21st Jul 2009

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