Blocking The Cancer Spread Enzyme

A study by Copenhagen University, published in the International Journal of Cancer, confirmed that cancer cannot spread unless a specific enzyme uPA was present.


Open quotesThe body does not need this enzyme to function normallyClose quotes

However the body does not need this enzyme to function normally. Six mice out of seven, where uPA was blocked, showed a response.

The next step is clinical trials and Dr Torben Skovsgaard and his team are highly hopeful they can show that cancer spread can be blocked by blocking the uPA enzymes. Cancer Research urged caution, especially as normally the lead time from laboratory to clinical trials is long.

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