Study: AIDS drugs slow cancer cell growth

08/31/2007 | Yahoo!

A U.S. study revealed that Roche Holding's Viracept, a protease inhibitor that is usually administered to HIV patients, can slow the growth of cancer cells in mice, including non-small cell lung cancer and breast cancer cells. Researchers found that two other protease inhibitors, Abbott's Norvir and Roche's Invirase, also inhibited the growth of cancer cells.

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