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PARP inhibitors could exploit weaknesses in a range of cancers

PARP inhibitors – a type of drug most commonly used to treat ovarian and breast cancers – could offer a new way of targeting a range of cancers with a particular gene defect in the PBRM1 gene, according to researchers.