The sensation in the mouth that could be an early sign of cancer

Professor Manish Bais, lead author on the study, said: “These findings have significant implications for new and potentially more effective therapies for oral cancer patients.

“This study is an important step toward the development of novel groundbreaking therapies to treat oral cancer.”

Bais added: “Our findings provide a basis for future clinical studies based on the inhibition of LSD1, either as monotherapy or in combination with other agents to treat oral cancer in humans.

“Although our studies are preclinical, restricted to mice and some human tissue, we want to expand to look at human clinical trial samples.”

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