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It's time to consider propranolol as an anti-cancer drug, researchers say

(ecancermedicalscience) Propranolol, a beta-blocker commonly prescribed to treat irregular heart rates and other conditions, has significant anti-cancer properties, say researchers in a new clinical study published in ecancermedicalscience.
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