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Anti-inflammatory drugs may decrease  progression of squamous cell carcinoma - drugdiscovery.com
Anti-inflammatory drugs may decrease progression of squamous cell carcinoma - drugdiscovery.com


Researchers have discovered that anti-inflammatory drugs may decrease the progression of squamous cell carcinoma, one of the most aggressive skin cancers. They also shed light on the potential mechanism of carcinogenesis in this type of tumors and how anti-inflammatory drugs may help.
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Tags: Anti-inflammatory drugs, squamous cell carcinoma, mechanism, inflammation, c-Fos, CD4+T - September 30, 2013
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