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05/23/2001 05:24 PM ID: 6776 Permalink   

Plant Hormones Might be Clue to Fight Against Cancer

 

English scientists are very excited about a new discovery: they have found that the hormone that helps plants grow is also highly effective against cancer.

The hormone called Indole Acetic Acid (IAA) has fewer side effects than chemotherapy, at the same time killing off 99,9% of cancer cells when tested under lab conditions.

The research teams hope that the IAA based medicines will be ready to be tried out on humans in a few years.

 
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