London: Scientists have developed new drugs to tackle cancer which could not only stop bone damage but also repair it. Researchers at the University of Sheffield are conducting a ground breaking research programme developing new drugs to tackle myeloma. Myeloma is a cancer of the white blood cells that causes bone marrow and renal failure, as well as debilitating bone disease. "As well as eventually being fatal, myeloma causes substantial pain and loss of mobility. We hope to significantly improve current treatments by testing a range of new compounds which can stimulate the bone formation process and help regrowth of healthy bone," Senior Clinical Lecturer in Haematology, Andrew Chantry said.
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