Case Studies

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Fast track to drug discovery

Developing potential new drugs often involves costly laboratorybased evaluations and drug discovery is currently based on finding new molecules similar to existing ones with known properties. Key to new drug development is an improved understanding of how existing drugs destroy microbe cells and how this relates to the drug’s b...

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Accurate dose means effective therapy

Molecular radiotherapy (MRT) is often used when other cancer therapies have failed, but it has real potential to be a very effective first line cancer treatment. This therapy directly targets organs with tumours whilst leaving surrounding healthy body tissue unharmed. The treatment uses a range of radioactive drugs to target sp...

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Hitting the target for cancer

For many years molecular radiotherapy (MRT) has been used for palliative care of cancer patients, but it has great potential to become a potent first line cancer treatment. The therapy uses radioactive drugs to target specific tumour locations, for example by injection of radioactive microspheres into tumours in the liver via i...

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