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New study finds bee venom can kill breast cancer cells – PerthNow

Bee venom is effective in killing aggressive breast cancer cells, an astonishing new study from a West Aussie scientist has found.

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Bee venom is effective in killing aggressive breast cancer cells, an astonishing new study from a West Aussie scientist has found.
Results revealed the venom – from honeybees sourced in Western Australia, England and Ireland – rapidly destroyed triple-negative breast cancer and HER2-enriched breast cancer cells.
The scientist behind the research, Dr Ciara Duffy, said a specific concentration of honeybee venom could kill 100 per cent of cancer cells.
She said the treatment had minimal effect…

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