Osteoporosis drug could have the potential to increase healthspans for all
Life expectancies are increasing but healthspans are not increasing at the same rate. One solution could be a new type of drug that targets the root cause of ageing and age related disease, called a geroprotector.
Drugs to stabilise plaques could prevent stroke
Drugs which target white blood cells and stabilise atherosclerotic plaques could be used to help prevent strokes, according to research presented today at the British Cardiovascular Society conference.
Paving the way for the use of controlled heat as a therapeutic adjunct to topoisomerase targeting therapeutics.
In this paper, we show that hyperthermia suppresses the level of topoisomerase mediated single- and double-strand breaks induced by exposure to topoisomerase poisons.