New path found to get drugs to block tumor growth

12/20/2006 | Reuters

Scientists report success in developing a new way to get drugs to block blood supply to tumors, allowing possible treatment of difficult cancer types. The researchers said their drugs increased the formation of blood vessels, instead of preventing blood vessel growth as in current treatment, but because the newly formed vessels are less functional, the tumor cannot continue to grow.

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