Cancer drugs

Cancer cells [illustrative]
FDA gives Jerusalem-based company go-ahead to start cancer drug trials

The drug, DSP107 works by both boosting the body's natural immune system, and breaking down the defenses of the cancer cells.

Could a study of sea urchins help scientists develop new cancer drugs?

The team showed that the sea urchin’s anatomy is not only physically but genetically analogous to humans’ anatomy.

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