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Santilli (CAS’51) of Havertown, Pa., writes that he and three former medicinal chemist colleagues received the 2006 Thomas A. J., from the Research & Development Council of New Jersey, for inventing the antiosteoporosis drug bazedoxifene (BZA).
The award, in the category of Emerging Therapies, recognizes inventors with patents containing significant scientific breakthroughs originating in New Jersey.
The paired drug is now prescribed for treating both osteoporosis and moderate to severe hot flashes in postmenopausal women with uteri.
Arthur adds that a team of scientists at Duke University found that BZA, which is selectively and potently antiestrogenic in breast tissue, is not only able to stop the growth of estrogen-dependent (E-D) breast cancer cells in both cellular and animal models, but is also effective against cancer cells that are resistant to currently prescribed medications.
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