As reported by the BBC, a new treatment for the advanced and aggressive form of prostate cancer has been developed by Scientists at Queen’s University.
The drug will now be tested in a second phase, combines chemotherapy treatments with two doses of a radioactive chemical.
Speaking of the new treatment, Consultant and Senior Lecturer in Clinical Oncology, Dr O’Sullivan stated,
“This is a significant development in the fight against prostate cancer. While this combination treatment still has to go to phase two of trials, to know that this combination is safe and feasible as a treatment is a huge step forward.”
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