Antibiotics may help treat melanoma by 'quickly killing' the cancer cells


In a lab-based experiment, RNA biologist Eleonora Leucci found that “antibiotics quickly killed many cancer cells” and, in some cases, “cured” the disease. For her research project, cancerous tumours were implanted into laboratory mice. Then some of the mice were treated with antibiotics, or a combination of existing anti-cancer treatments.



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