Jan 30, 2013 - 10:31 pm
It said "romidepsin and decitabine, work cooperatively to activate a potent tumor suppressor gene that is silenced in these cancers. Once the gene, secreted frizzled related protein one or sFRP1, went to work after the drugs were used, the laboratory tumor cells stopped growing and died."
Has anyone heard of this before? looks interesting. Hopefully we can get a new weapon soon.
I don't know which stage it is at. I think they haven't started any clinical trials yet? But given that the two drugs are already FDA approved, will the process be shorter?
Good luck to everyone!