Technique helps find drugs that target cancer stem cells

10/8/2008 | MIT Technology Review

U.S. scientists developed a method to identify treatments that can specifically attack cells that feed tumors. The technique uses leukemic stem cells directly extracted from the bone marrow of diseased mice. The approach could be used to find leukemia drugs and eventually applied to other types of cancer, researchers said.

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