(By Meghana Keshavan for STAT)
The race to create the next potent ovarian cancer drug is coming to a head.
Ovarian cancer has historically been one of the harder cancers to treat — but a promising new class of drugs, called PARP inhibitors, is proving powerful in delaying the growth of tumors by preventing cancer cells from repairing themselves after they’ve been damaged by chemotherapy. Continue reading article here……..
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