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Sep

Melanoma may be stoppable with drug that halts cancer cell proliferation

A drug already being tested in people as a treatment for cancer appears to show great promise in halting melanoma skin cancer. The drug – called pevonedistat – works in a way differently than intended and could also be effective against other cancers.

So says a new study from the University of Virginia School of Medicine in Charlottesville that was published in the journal EBioMedicine.

Lead researcher Tarek Abbas, viagra sale assistant professor of radiation oncology, capsule says:

“In fact, the drug is very effective on all melanomas, including those for which an effective therapeutic is lacking.”

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