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Starving melanoma cells may slow tumor growth

New research suggests melanoma skin cancer may be controllable by starving its cells. Building on previous success with prostate cancer cells, scientists in Australia showed they could stop cell growth by blocking the pumps that melanoma cells use to acquire an essential cell nutrient.It is still very early days, as the method has only been tested in lab-grown cells.

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