Scientists at University of Sheffield discover new drug to treat pancreatic cancer
The drug, which may improve life expectancy and quality for pancreatic cancer patients, was discovered after examining a hormone called adrenomedullin, which controls blood pressure and other vital body processes but also stimulates the growth and spread of cancer
Scientists at the University of Sheffield inform that they have invented a new drug which could improve life expectancy and quality for patients with hard-to-treat cancers, such as pancreatic cancer and relapsed breast cancer.
The researchers founded the spin-out company Modulus Oncology, along with a team of experienced biotech entrepreneurs, to fast-track the drug into clinical testing within two years.
The Sheffield team made the discovery after examining a hormone, called adrenomedullin, which controls blood pressure and other vita