Facebook post by University of Helsinki

An­ti­histam­ine could be a po­ten­tial aid in de­feat­ing an ag­gress­ive brain can­cer. It attacks cancer cells' weakness, a chink in the armour of the tumour cells, which researchers from the University of Helsinki found recently.
Researchers discover the Achilles' heel of an aggressive brain cancer - could antihistamine be a potential aid in defeating cancerous cells? | University of Helsinki helsinki.fi

Researchers from the University of Helsinki have discovered a chink in the armour of the tumour cells of glioblastoma, a lethal brain cancer. Alongside the finding, the researchers also came up with a method for attacking this vulnerability. The results gained in experiments conducted with cell cult...