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New Drug Candidate Uses Novel Absorption Method to Target Cancer Cells in Mice

August 17, 2022

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5-15 mins
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Presented by Health Lab

A team of U-M researchers is developing a new anti-cancer drug, absorbed through the lymphatic system in the gut rather than the bloodstream. Brian D. Ross, Ph.D., the Roger A. Berg Research Professor of Radiology at the U-M Medical School, discusses previous challenges with drug circulation and treatment while providing an overview of the new drug. The faculty expert also discusses future applications and research opportunities.

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