Hope of cancer treatment as scientists discover molecule that kills tumours

A molecule that is found naturally in the immune system could kill cancer cells, a research has suggested. Scientists at King’s College London exposed colorectal tumours to the β-galactoside-binding protein (βGBP) in the laboratory. They found the protein has “tumour-suppressing properties” which trigger the “suicide” of malignant cells. βGBP is also thought to make the…

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Fasting could help treat most common childhood leukemia

Intermittent fasting may help combat the most common type of childhood leukemia – acute lymphoblastic leukemia .A new research has revealed. Acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL), also called acute lymphocytic leukemia, is a cancer that begins in immature versions of white blood cells in the bone marrow, called lymphocytes. There are two types of ALL: B…

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