Stunting cell ‘antennae’ could make cancer drugs work again

(Institute of Cancer Research) Scientists have uncovered a completely new way to make cancers sensitive to treatment — by targeting antenna-like structures on cells.Their study found that drug-resistant cancer cells have more and longer antennae than those which are killed by treatment.Blocking the growth of antennae reactivated a range of cancer treatments that had stopped working, the team at The Institute of Cancer Research, London, found.