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Small Molecule May Offer New Way to Fight Pancreatic Cancer

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In a search for much needed new treatments for pancreatic cancer – a deadly and aggressive disease with a poor survival rate – scientists are looking for clues at the molecular level.

Now, a new study finds that a small molecule called MIR506 appears to play an important role in the fate of pancreatic cancer cells, and may offer a way to stop their growth and ability to spread. Read more . . .

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