A Fifty-Year-Old Cancer Drug Doesn’t Do What You Think

A Fifty-Year-Old Cancer Drug Doesn’t Do What You Think
(UAB via AP)

5-fluorouracil (5-FU) has been around a long time now (over fifty years), and it’s a standard oncology drug (particularly in colorectal treatment regimes). But try going around and asking people how it works. If you’re talking to a clinician and want to seem up on the lingo, just say “What’s 5-FU’s MOA?” (mechanism of action).

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