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Beard poison kills cancer cells without altering healthy cells (+ study)


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(Caracas, November 16, News24) –Bee venom has been shown to be very effective in attacking cancer cells without affecting healthy cells, this after a study by Sao Paulo State University and Leeds University.

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According to a study published in the journal Biophysical Journal, researchers at Sao Paulo State University and Leeds University found that the venison of the vulture Polybia Paulista, originating in Brazil, helps stop the appearance of malignant cells in prostate cancer, bladder cancer and leukemia.

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They found this in the study poison of this Brazilian wasp attacks only malignant cells, because it adheres to those containing an excess of lipids. However, the researchers say they still do not know what causes this poison only to attack malignant cells.

The theory suggests that the properties of cancer cells are the ones that make the difference, because in the outer membrane are phospholipids, which are in healthy cells, but in the inner membrane.

In the investigation, they noticed that the wasp venom was able to break the cancer cell membranes, which could mean progress in looking for drugs and treatments that attack cancer more effectively, without affecting healthy cells and organs.

Undoubtedly, this is excellent news on health issues, as this research could show an interesting line for cancer treatment.

With information about Salud180


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