Medivir and CRT to develop novel ADAM8 inhibitors for cancer
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Sweden's Medivir and Cancer Research Technology (CRT), the charity Cancer Research UK's commercialization and development arm, are partnering to develop a new class of drugs targeting the cell surface protein ADAM8, which may have promise in the treatment of pancreatic cancer, among other tumor types.
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