Disulfiram, sometimes called Antabuse, is an anti-drinking drug that could fight cancer in addition to alcoholism, a new study found.
Disulfiram, sometimes called Antabuse, is an anti-drinking drug that could fight cancer in addition to alcoholism, a new study found. Elaine Thompson AP
Disulfiram, sometimes called Antabuse, is an anti-drinking drug that could fight cancer in addition to alcoholism, a new study found. Elaine Thompson AP

It’s long been used to fight alcoholism. But this drug kills cancer, too, study finds

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