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Purdue University: New Anticancer Agents Have Potential to Better Control Tumor Growth in Nearly Every Cancer Type
July 10, 2019
WEST LAFAYETTE, Indiana, July 10 [TNSmedicalresearch] -- Purdue University issued the following news release:

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- Novel set of G-quadruplex stabilizers may help stop gene from driving tumor growth in hundreds of cancers

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A gene called MYC has become one of the hottest targets for cancer researchers around the world. MYC is known to drive tumor growth in nearly all cancer types - but successfully targeting the gene has proven to be a ch . . .

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