For years, scientists have puzzled over why more males develop cancer than females: In some cancers, the ratio is two to one higher in males than females. Males carry about a 20 percent higher risk than females of developing cancer, which results in 153,000 new additional cases of cancer in
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A new class of small-molecule compounds (MMRI) that appear suitable for development of leukemia- and lymphoma-targeted therapies has been discovered by a research team led by Dr. Xinjiang Wang, from the Roswell Park Cancer Institute’s Department of Pharmacology and Therapeutics in Buffalo, NY.
Researchers found that this new class of compounds