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Oncoimmunology. 2012 Dec 1;1(9):1640-1642.

Anticancer activity of cardiac glycosides: At the frontier between cell-autonomous and immunological effects.

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INSERM; U848; Villejuif, France ; Institut Gustave Roussy; Villejuif, France ; Université Paris Sud/Paris XI; Le Kremlin Bicêtre, France.

Abstract

Retrospective clinical data indicate that cardiac glycosides (CGs), notably digoxin, prolong the survival of carcinoma patients treated with conventional chemotherapy. CGs are known to influence the immune response at multiple levels. In addition, recent results suggest that CGs trigger the immunogenic demise of cancer cells, an effect that most likely contributes to their clinical anticancer activity.

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