Could this cheap 'water pill' IMPROVE lung cancer treatment?

Could this cheap 'water pill' IMPROVE lung cancer treatment?
 

The study, conducted on human cells in the lab and on mice, was led by scientists from Imperial College London and Fudan University in China.
They studied a lung cancer drug called erlotinib which can be used to treat between 10 and 30 per cent of lung cancer patients.
But the drug usually stops working within a few months due to cancer cells developing resistance to the treatment.
In the new study, published in the journal Cell Discovery, the researchers showed that the resistance could be reversed using a simple and cheap diuretic - or 'water pill' - called ethacrynic acid.
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29 September 2016 in Health, Views: 39
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