Chemo drug may help fight cancer, preserve fertility

03/26/2013 | Medical News Today

U.S. researchers have created an arsenic-based chemotherapy drug using nanoparticles that attacks cancer but minimizes damage to ovarian tissue, follicles or eggs and may help protect fertility in women undergoing treatment. The team also developed a rapid toxicity test to evaluate the effect that current and new chemo drugs have on ovarian function. The findings were published in PLOS ONE.

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