Scientists discovered that a drug used for some rare cancers can shut down cells' energy supplies. This would help to target a wider range of cancers with less intrusive therapies.

In 10 seconds? Researchers have found a drug that kills cancer cells by attacking their energy supply. Targeting these cellular power stations, or mitochondria, could be the way to stop tumours in their tracks.

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