Keeping cancer out of breath blocks drug resistance
A new way to combine cancer drugs may provide more effective treatment for cancer sufferers.
Scientists from Texas and Seoul have combined 2 known drugs to create a unique compound. They call the new experimental drug C1, and have published their findings in the journal Chem. When mice were treated with C1, cancer tumors shrank significantly.
Co-author of the study, Jonathan Sessler, said the results are “mind blowing”, and “so much more effective than one of the most powerful cancer drugs on the market.”