London: Scientists have discovered a new drug which they say can add an extra five months to life of men with advanced prostate cancer when chemotherapy fails. British researchers found in trials that men taking the drug `enzalutamide` survived for more than 18 months compared with less than 14 months for those on a placebo, a newspaper reported. Almost half of those receiving the new drug had a better quality of life. Enzalutamide, which was developed by British scientists at the Institute of Cancer Research (ICR) and the Royal Marsden Hospital, in London, is one of four discoveries in the past two years that significantly extend life.
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