(From left) Dr Patrick Tang Ming-kuen, Prof Lan Hui-yao and Prof To Ka-fai from Chinese University hope to one day apply the anti-cancer treatment to humans. Photo: K. Y. Cheng (From left) Dr Patrick Tang Ming-kuen, Prof Lan Hui-yao and Prof To Ka-fai from Chinese University hope to one day apply the anti-cancer treatment to humans. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
(From left) Dr Patrick Tang Ming-kuen, Prof Lan Hui-yao and Prof To Ka-fai from Chinese University hope to one day apply the anti-cancer treatment to humans. Photo: K. Y. Cheng

Hong Kong scientists discover protein suppression method that may boost fight against cancer

Experiments yield positive results in mice, but more work is needed for human treatment

Topic |   Hong Kong cancer therapy
(From left) Dr Patrick Tang Ming-kuen, Prof Lan Hui-yao and Prof To Ka-fai from Chinese University hope to one day apply the anti-cancer treatment to humans. Photo: K. Y. Cheng (From left) Dr Patrick Tang Ming-kuen, Prof Lan Hui-yao and Prof To Ka-fai from Chinese University hope to one day apply the anti-cancer treatment to humans. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
(From left) Dr Patrick Tang Ming-kuen, Prof Lan Hui-yao and Prof To Ka-fai from Chinese University hope to one day apply the anti-cancer treatment to humans. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
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