Team of CRINA researchers discovers potential new class of cancer drugs

Compounds that inhibit a particular DNA repair activity could permit lower doses of cancer treatments and reverse drug resistance.

U of A researchers move closer to ‘magic’ cancer treatment

Small molecules could help immune system attack tumours.

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