Developing new prostate cancer treatments
- Researcher: Dr Jeremy Jones
- Institution: Beckman Research Institute of the City of Hope
- Award Amount: £199,438 for 3 years from June 2013
- Cancer Type: Prostate Cancer
The team are using their Worldwide Cancer Research grant to firstly determine exactly how this chemical is working. This will include pinpointing exactly where it is sticking to, what other molecules are involved and how effective it could be when given in small amounts. This is an exciting project that, if successful, holds great promise for future prostate cancer patients who have become resistant to current treatments.
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