A bone-saving drug could help breast cancer patients too – with less side effects
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A bone-saving drug could help breast cancer patients too – with less side effects

Flávia Oliveira Geraldes
Flávia Oliveira Geraldes

In 10 seconds? Animal experiments have shown that a previously approved osteoporosis drug could be used to treat a subset of breast cancer, potentially with fewer side-effects than the current treatments.

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