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“Scientists have used low-intensity electromagnetic fields to treat cancer patients in trials which they say could lead to the development of a new type of anti-tumour therapy.”
“Anti-TNF anti-tumour necrosis factor alpha medication and the latest "smart" drugs which target different parts of the immune system are becoming available, but they are expensive, and there have already been complaints of "postcode lottery" access...”
“Amphinase is the second anti-tumour ribonuclease to be isolated by Alfacell Corporation from Rana pipiens egg cells.”
“Cancer (cancer preventative 43) (anti-existing cancer 11) (anti-tumour 38)”
“Numerous researchers have shown that fermented milk has strong anti-tumour effect, which is due to its lactic acid bacteria," said Professor Akiyoshi Hosono at Japan's Shinsho University, who studies fermented milk's anti-mutagen impacts.”
“Other Antarctic discoveries include an extract from green algae for use in cosmetic skin treatment, and anti-tumour properties in a strain of yeast.”
“In both cases the extracts from the seaweed gave an inhibition ratio of up to 93.7%, which showed a very high promise as an anti-tumour agent.”
“Variations in the anti-tumour constituents of Withania somnifera Dunal.”
“COLE, J R and BUCHALTER, L. (1965) Isolation of potential anti-tumour fraction from Rumex hymenosepalus.”
“AEZ-T, a late-stage oncology drug development company, announced that the European Patent Office has granted a patent for the use of alkyl phosphocholines, or more specifically perifosine, in the preparation of a medicament for the treatment of benign and malignant tumours, prior to and/or during the treatment with approved anti-tumour anti-metabolites such as 5FU and capecitabine.”
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