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  • 01-20-2015, 08:02 AM
    Kelderek

    Re: Scientists discover the extraordinary virtue of a rare plant that kills cancer tumors

    Quote Originally Posted by angie828 View Post
    There has to be a cure out there for cancer. But in the cure there is no money. So that is why nothing is being done about it!
    Appears that quite a lot is being done about it...
    There is actually a post just above yours that gives an example of what is being done.
  • 01-18-2015, 08:48 AM
    angie828

    Re: Scientists discover the extraordinary virtue of a rare plant that kills cancer tumors

    There has to be a cure out there for cancer. But in the cure there is no money. So that is why nothing is being done about it!
  • 10-22-2014, 04:09 AM
    yassinesd

    Scientists discover the extraordinary virtue of a rare plant that kills cancer tumors

    Researchers around the world are trying to find a weapon to destroy the cancer. The solution could come from plants! Indeed, Australian scientists extracted a molecule of a seed capable of necrotic tumors. It tells you more about this revolution following the scientific nature.Des Brisbane owned pharmaceutical company QBiotics discovered the amazing properties of an anticancer Bay Australian tree called Blushwood tree (literally "tree red wood" name scientific Hylandia dockrillii) endemic to the Atherton Tablelands in the extreme north of the state of Queensland in Australia.



    According to these researchers, this molecule is particularly effective in application and by injection into the tumor. It would replace and chemotherapy would fight effectively against many cancers such as melanoma, breast cancer, lung cancer and prostate cancer. Indeed, it is very effective against solid tumors and localized, there is no evidence that it is effective against cancers métastatiques.Les first tests were first carried out on dogs, cats, horses and on Tasmanian devils, carnivorous marsupials decimated by an epidemic of cancer of the face. Preclinical studies in mice have recently been performed by an independent institution, the Institute of Medical Research QIMR Berghofer. The results published in the journal Plos One were positive and tumor regression is durable in 70% of cases.

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