Clinical Trial

A New Form of Paxil Controls Hot Flashes Without Hormones

A New Form of Paxil Controls Hot Flashes Without Hormones

It’s not hard to understand that finding a treatment for something with an unknown cause might be difficult. However, medicine does find such treatments – usually by trial and error. Quite often that means a drug typically used for treating one kind of disease turns out to be effective on something else...

Anti-malaria Drug Quinine Heads the List of Breast Cancer Clinical Trials

Anti-malaria Drug Quinine Heads the List of Breast Cancer Clinical Trials

Researchers at George Mason University are testing the ‘repurposing’ of a quinine derivative to determine if it will be successful in causing the death of breast cancer cells. The word ‘repurposing’ came into vogue about thirty years ago, mostly about how we take old stuff intended for one use and give it a new use, like a coffee can becoming a cookie tin.

Clinical Trial: Resveratrol May Aid Cancer Radiation Treatment

Clinical Trial: Resveratrol May Aid Cancer Radiation Treatment

Adding to the list of studies that find good things about resveratrol, researchers at the University of Missouri demonstrated that it could make certain types of cancer cells more susceptible to radiation treatment...

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