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(Caracas, November 16, News24) –The staple gift has proven to be very effective for attacking cancer cells, without damaging healthy cells, this following a study by the State University of Sao Paulo and the University of Leeds.
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According to a research study published in the biophysical journal, researchers from the State University of Sao Paulo and the University of Leeds found that The poison of the Polybia Paulista, originally from Brazil, helps stop the appearance of malignant cells in prostate cancer, bladder cancer and leukemia.
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In the study they found it The gift from this Brazilian horse attacks only the malignant cells, because it can handle those that contain an excess of lipids. But researchers say they still do not know what causes this poison to attack only malignant cells.
The theory suggests that the properties of cancer cells are those who make the difference, because in the outer membrane are the phospholipids, which are found in healthy cells but in the inner membrane.
In the study they noticed that staple fats were able to break membranes of cancer cells, what could mean a breakthrough in the search for drugs and treatments that attack cancer more efficiently, without affecting healthy cells and organs.
Without a doubt, this is excellent news in health problems, as this research can show an interesting line for cancer treatments.
With information about Salud180