New oral inhibitor improves pancreatic cancer treatment
Posted: 29th November 2021
Categories: Industry news
Scientists have developed a new oral DPP inhibitor that, when used in combination with targeted immunotherapy, has shown promise at treating pancreatic cancer. In trials, the combination therapy proved to be successful at increasing the number of cancer-killing cells around a tumour, reducing its growth and, in some cases, eliminating cancer altogether. The authors believe […]
We are delighted to announce the launch of a brand-new branch office dedicated to serving the needs of RGCC Network doctors in North America. RGCC International – North America has been launched in response to a period of sustained and exponential growth in this region. The team will continue to deliver excellent customer service to […]
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