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Prozac's other uses.

PROZAC could be used to treat a form of cancer, scientists said today.

And they expressed hope that the anti-depressant drug may combat other types of the disease.

An international team, led by Prof John Gordon and Dr Nicholas Barnes, of Birmingham University, found that drugs such as Prozac could be used to treat this form of cancer.

This breakthrough is particularly important for Aids sufferers as they are least able to cope with strong side effects of an intensive course of chemotherapy.
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Date:Apr 15, 2003
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