Beta Blockers May Help Melanoma Patients Live Longer

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9 Jan 2018 08:43 AM EST

According to researchers at Penn State, a blood pressure medication may help patients with melanoma.
In a recently published study, researchers found that skin cancer patients who took a specific type of beta blocker lived longer than those who did not.
However, those patients were also receiving immunotherapy.
Dr. Todd Schell with the Penn State College of Medicine added that pan beta blockers were the most effective.
Beta blockers are drugs designed to regulate blood pressure for people at risk of heart attack, or those with low blood pressure.

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