Published in Cancer Weekly, March 30th, 2010
Anti-angiogenic drugs are used to try and prevent cancers from stimulating the growth of the blood vessels they need to survive and grow.
New research by the Centre for Immunology and Infection at the University of York suggests the same drugs may help in the treatment of other diseases including visceral leishmaniasis which kills 70,000 people worldwide every year.
The findings, published online today by the Journal of Clinical Investigation, show that anti-angiogenic drugs can improve the structure...
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