1. Scientists discover 'Achilles Heel' of tumours that could cure cancer  Metro.co.uk
  2. Greek scientist leads major cancer breakthrough that may lead to cure  Greek City Times
  3. Researchers identify new way to make cancer self-destruct  Medical Xpress
  4. Penn Medicine researchers find way to make some cancers self-destruct  PhillyVoice.com
  5. Cancer breakthrough: Scientists discover Achilles' Heel of tumors that causes them to self-destruct  Daily Mail
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A cure for cancer could be on the horizon after scientists identified drugs forcing tumour cells to over stress and self destruct.New techniques forces cancerous cells to over-stress and self-destruct.

Scientists discover 'Achilles Heel' of tumours that could cure cancer | Metro News

There has been a major breakthrough in finding a cure for cancer as Greek Professor Constantinos Koumenis and his team of scientists at the University of Pennsylvania announced they have identified its ‘Achilles Heel’, forcing tumour cells to over stress and self-destruct.There has been a major breakthrough in finding a cure for cancer as Greek Professor Constantinos Koumenis and his team of scientists at the University of Pennsylvania announced they have identified its ‘Achilles Heel’, forcing tumour cells to over stress and self-destruct.

Greek scientist leads major cancer breakthrough that may lead to cure — Greek City Times

There has been a major breakthrough in finding a cure for cancer as Greek Professor Constantinos Koumenis and his team of scientists at the University of Pennsylvania announced they have identified its ‘Achilles Heel’, forcing tumour cells to over stress and self-destruct.There has been a major breakthrough in finding a cure for cancer as Greek Professor Constantinos Koumenis and his team of scientists at the University of Pennsylvania announced they have identified its ‘Achilles Heel’, forcing tumour cells to over stress and self-destruct.

Greek scientist leads major cancer breakthrough that may lead to cure – Greek City Times

For years, researchers have been trying to target a gene called MYC that is known to drive tumor growth in multiple cancer types when it is mutated or over-expressed, but hitting that target successfully ...

Researchers identify new way to make cancer self-destruct

The technique worked on a range of human forms of the disease and mice with bowel and blood cancer, the team at the University of Pennsylvania report in a new study published today.The technique worked on a range of human forms of the disease and mice with bowel and blood cancer, the team at the University of Pennsylvania report in a new study published today.

Cancer breakthrough: Scientists discover Achilles' Heel of tumors that causes them to self-destruct | Daily Mail Online

In tumors driven by mutations in the gene MYC, blocking a protein called ATF4 causes so much stress to cancer cells that they die, University of Pennsylvania researchers discovered. The strategy stopped tumor growth in mouse models of lymphoma and colon cancer.In tumors driven by mutations in the gene MYC, blocking a protein called ATF4 causes so much stress to cancer cells that they die, University of Pennsylvania researchers discovered. The strategy stopped tumor growth in mouse models of lymphoma and colon cancer.

Penn team finds new path to tumor death in mouse models of lymphoma and colon cancer | FierceBiotech