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01/12/2016 07:03 PM ID: 101525 Permalink   

Common Painkillers Can Potentially Cure Cancer


Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs may provide a good source of new therapies for cancer, ReDo (Repurposing Drugs in Oncology) researchers found.

Common pain killers, such as Diclofenac, which is sold as Voltaren, Zipsor, Solaraze, and Cambia, among other names, may not only relieve pain but also have anti-cancer properties.

The researchers say diclofenac can cut down on the risk of post-surgical distant metastases. "After all, it is the metastasis (secondaries) and not the original primary disease that most often kills patients," Pan Pantziarka, PhD, and his team says.

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get a lot of aluminium to the brain. That will be a good pain killer.
  by: captainJane     01/17/2016 08:13 PM     
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