A Chili Pepper That Fights Against the Most Aggressive Form of Breast Cancer?
A study conducted at Ruhr University in Germany lead by Dr. Hanns Hatt and Dr. Lea Weber, suggests a compound in chili peppers can help to slow down the growth rate of tumor cells in triple-negative breast cancer. Breast cancer is the most common type of cancer in women today. Triple-negative breast cancer is a subtype of breast cancer that the cells… read more
A Promising Cancer-Curing Drug Emerges
In a recent medical trial, the medical medical world was wowed by a remarkable, potentially cancer-curing drug. Warwick Steele, a 64 year old skin cancer patient from west London, was given just months to live when this new treatment changed his life. The drug, called pembrolizumab, is an immunotherapy treatment created to prevent cancer cells from becoming resistant to the immune system. Imagine that… read more
Treat Double Chins Without Lipo?
A new drug that targets fat deposits underneath the chin (double chins) could be the next big thing! Bayer, a German drug company, has been working with their Californian counterpart on a drug called ATX-101. So far, trials have looked pretty promising. The drug is about to proceed through the third round of trials and if successful, could possibly replace liposuction… read more
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