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Nedaplatin vs Cisplatin for Malignancy-Induced MPE: Noninferior, Less Toxicity


2018-09-21
Print Malignant pleural effusion can significantly decrease quality of life for patients. Nedaplatin, a second-generation platinum-based antineoplastic drug, was found noninferior to cisplatin in the treatment of malignancy-induced malignant pleural effusion (MPE), a review of clinical data presented in OncoTargets and Therapy has shown . Malignant pleural effusion , a common complication of advanced cancer, can severely compromise lung and heart function and significantly decrease quality of... continue reading >>


Anti-psychotic drug could treat aggressive breast cancer


2018-10-09
October 9, 2018, University of Bradford Professor Mohamed El Tanani, who is leading research into the role of the protein Ran-GTP in cancer Credit: University of Bradford A commonly-used anti-psychotic drug could also be effective against triple negative breast cancer, the form of the disease that is most difficult to treat, new research has found. The study, led by the University of Bradford in the UK, also showed that the drug , Pimozide, has the potential to treat the most common type of... continue reading >>


October is the Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Anti-psychotic drug may treat breast cancer


2018-10-10
Home / Health News / October is the Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Anti-psychotic drug may treat breast cancer October is the Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Anti-psychotic drug may treat breast cancer According to the findings of a new research, a commonly-used anti-psychotic drug can be effective against triple negative breast cancer which is difficult to treat. Also, the study also showed that the drug pimozide, can also relieve the symptoms of lung cancer. Aishwarya Vaidya | 3:51 pm Tags:... continue reading >>


Anti-psychotic drug could treat aggressive breast cancer


2018-10-10
Anti-psychotic drug could treat aggressive breast cancer 10 Oct 2018 A commonly-used anti-psychotic drug could also be effective against triple negative breast cancer, the form of the disease that is most difficult to treat, new research has found. The study, led by the University of Bradford in the UK, also showed that the drug, Pimozide, has the potential to treat the most common type of lung cancer. Anti-psychotic drugs are known to have anti-cancer properties, with some, albeit... continue reading >>


Anti-psychotic drug may treat aggressive breast cancer


2018-10-10
Click for full image London: A commonly-used anti-psychotic drug could also be effective against triple-negative breast cancer, the most difficult form of the disease to treat, new research has found. The findings showed that tumours in mice treated with the drug Pimozide were 65 per cent smaller than in untreated mice and the number of tumours reduced by up to 61 per cent. The drug also helped to prevent the cancer from spreading: treated mice had up to 94 per cent fewer metastases in the... continue reading >>


Antipsychotic Drug Blocks Triple Negative Breast Cancer Growth


2018-10-10
05:27 EDT 10 Oct 2018 | Genetic Engineering News The results of studies by a team of scientists in the U.K. and Spain suggest that the commonly used antipsychotic drug Pimozide could offer a new treatment approach to the most hard to treat form of breast cancer , and potentially for lung cancer. The research, headed by Mohamed El-Tanani, Ph.D., professor of molecular pathology and cancer therapeutics at the University of Bradford, found that Pimozide significantly reduced the size and number... continue reading >>


Antipsychotic Drug Blocks TripleNegative Breast Cancer Growth


2018-10-10
06:56 EDT 10 Oct 2018 | Genetic Engineering News The results of studies by a team of scientists in the U.K. and Spain suggest that the commonly used antipsychotic drug Pimozide could offer a new treatment approach to the most hard to treat form of breast cancer , and potentially for lung cancer. The research, headed by Mohamed El-Tanani, Ph.D., professor of molecular pathology and cancer therapeutics at the University of Bradford, found that Pimozide significantly reduced the size and number... continue reading >>


Anti-psychotic Drug May Treat Aggressive Breast Cancer


2018-10-10
1-min read Anti-psychotic Drug May Treat Aggressive Breast Cancer Triple-negative breast cancer is able to grow and spread more quickly than other forms of breast cancer. Updated: October 10, 2018, 7:14 PM IST Representational photo for breast cancer treatment. (Photo courtesy: AFP Relaxnews/ Tyler Olson/ shutterstock.com) Loading... A commonly-used anti-psychotic drug could also be effective against triple-negative breast cancer, the most difficult form of the disease to treat, new research... continue reading >>


Study finds a common anti-psychotic drug to be potential cancer healer


2018-10-11
Home / Health News / Study finds a common anti-psychotic drug to be potential cancer healer Study finds a common anti-psychotic drug to be potential cancer healer A familiar anti-psychotic drug may prove to be an effective drug against triple-negative breast cancer which is considered to be one of the most difficult forms of cancer by the oncologists, revealed Sreemoyee Chatterjee | 4:45 pm Tags: Breast cancer treatment Cancer drug Now an anti-psychotic drug will effectively treat... continue reading >>


Study holds promise for new pediatric brain tumor treatment


2018-10-11
Study holds promise for new pediatric brain tumor treatment October 11, 2018, Huntsman Cancer Institute New research published in Nature Communications from scientists at Huntsman Cancer Institute (HCI) at the University of Utah (U of U), in collaboration with the Stanford University School of Medicine, shows a specific protein regulates both the initiation of cancer spreading and the self-renewal of cancer cells in medulloblastoma, a type of pediatric brain cancer. Among children's cancers,... continue reading >>


Probiotics help body survive harmful effects of chemo better than antibiotics


2018-10-11
Probiotics help body survive harmful effects of chemo better than antibiotics Ralph Flores Tags: bacteria , cancer , cancer solutions , chemo , disease prevention , disease treatments , food is medicine , goodcancer , goodfood , goodhealth , goodscience , gut bacteria , gut health , natural remedies , Oncology , priority , probiotics , research , superfoods , tumors ( Natural News ) Chemotherapy has been used as both first-line and second-line therapy in cancer treatments, especially in... continue reading >>


Probiotics help body survive harmful effects of chemo better than antibiotics – NaturalNews.com


2018-10-11
Probiotics help body survive harmful effects of chemo better than antibiotics Thursday, October 11, 2018 by: Ralph Flores Tags: bacteria , cancer , cancer solutions , chemo , disease prevention , disease treatments , food is medicine , goodcancer , goodfood , goodhealth , goodscience , gut bacteria , gut health , natural remedies , Oncology , priority , probiotics , research , superfoods , tumors ( Natural News ) Chemotherapy has been used as both first-line and second-line therapy in cancer... continue reading >>


Anti-psychotic drug could treat aggressive breast cancer


2018-10-11
Tweet + A commonly-used anti-psychotic drug could also be effective against triple negative breast cancer, the form of the disease that is most difficult to treat, new research has found. The study, led by the University of Bradford in the UK, also showed that the drug, Pimozide, has the potential to treat the most common type of lung cancer. Anti-psychotic drugs are known to have anti-cancer properties, with some, albeit inconclusive, studies showing a reduced incidence of cancer amongst... continue reading >>



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