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Are delta inhibitors a treatment for cancer?
« on: 17/04/2015 19:50:02 »
Dianu Sfrijan  asked the Naked Scientists:
   
Reading on Internet about Laron Syndrome and then about Doctor Guevara-Aguirre research and his connection with Prof. Valter Longo of USC, I found a link to Cambridge University web site and consequently to your name. I hope that you are the right person who might help me. I am interested in these new discoveries in cancer treatments which Cambridge University is involved in. I am aware of the discovery of "delta inhibitors' but I would like to be informed if these pills would be appropriate for liver cancer treatment. Or some medicine which lowers the IGF-1, or anything which can help.

   

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