Comment From Scientist’s Daughter Sparks Discovery Of Possible New Cancer Treatment

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New treatments for diseases such as cancer don’t happen overnight; they require years of investigation, and that journey almost universally begins with showing proof of concept in vitro. A new paper published in Oncotarget describes how common side effects from antibiotics can attack the mitochondria in cancer stem cells. What’s more, this study was inspired by a comment made by senior author Michael Lisanti’s daughter, Camilla.

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