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"Targeting mitochondrial function with drugs called OXPHOS inhibitors to overcome resistance to targeted therapies would be an entirely new paradigm in cancer treatment."

Giulio Draetta, Ph.D., M.D.

professor, Molecular and Cellular Biology and Genomic Medicine

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