Naked mole-rat gives cancer clues

Naked mole-rat gives cancer clues

Lab studies show the skin cells of the naked mole-rat are high in a natural sugary substance that stops tumours developing. The findings could lead to new human cancer therapies in the long term, researchers report in Nature journal. A similar version …
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Phony doctor ordered to trial for practicing medicine without license

A man with cancer was looking for alternative treatments and began consulting with Barton in 2008. The man had his blood drawn and sent to Barton, who claimed he put it through some type of process and sent it back to the man who injected it back into …
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Naked mole rat gives cancer clues

Dr Gorbunova told BBC News: “Studying animals that are naturally cancer-resistant can be very rewarding and can lead to discovery of mechanisms that can benefit humans in terms of treatment and prevention of cancer.” The researchers think the substance …
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