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Scientists discovered that a drug used for some rare cancers can shut down cells' energy supplies. This would help to target a wider range of cancers with less intrusive therapies.
The dysfunction of cells' energy generators - the mitochondria - plays a key role in multiple sclerosis and offers new ways of treatment.
Scientists have recently found that switching off the coincidentally named THOR gene can prevent tumour growth in the skin and lungs.