Cancer drug 'vacation' may extend patient survival
from Medical News Today
New research on mice shows that drug-resistant melanoma tumors shrink when treatment is interrupted, or given a "vacation," suggesting that altering the dose pattern of cancer drug treatment in this manner could be a simple way to extend survival in human patients with late-stage disease. However, only human trials can verify if this is the case.
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