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Novel Compound Halts Tumor Spread, Improves Brain Cancer Treatment in Animal Studies

March 28, 2012

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By stopping the spread of cancer cells into normal brain tissue in animal models, researchers from Georgia Tech and Emory University have developed a new strategy for treating brain cancer that could improve clinical outcomes. The researchers treated animals possessing an invasive tumor with a novel molecule called imipramine blue, followed by conventional doxorubicin chemotherapy. Full Story

Georgia Institute of Technology Research News

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