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The enzyme-blocking drug, called a kinase inhibitor, targets a number of pathways that control the growth and death of cancer cells.

It acts like several different drugs working at the same time.

Scientists believe switching off cell signals at multiple points should make cancer treatment more successful and delay drug resistance.


http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/feedarticle/10330011


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