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jugoso

Tobacco plant possible key to fighting cancer

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According to La Trobe University researchers, the flowers of tobacco plants contain a molecule that has to the potential to be used to kill cancer cells.

The molecule, which is part of the plant’s natural defense system and typically kills off fungi and bacteria, “has the ability to identify and destroy cancer.”

http://www.upi.com/H.../2231396802168/

Gotta love nature!! :yes:

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Just goes to show everything might have something good in it :P

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irony

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"has the ability" so not actually destroying it?

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Homoeopathy in action maybe...

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irony

It's delicious, isn't it?

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works by forming a pincer-like structure that grips onto lipids present in the membrane of cancer cells and rips it open, causing the cell to expel its contents and explode.

Well if the cancer dont kill you a rip roaring explosion might.

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Homoeopathy in action maybe...

Except homeopathy isn't real.

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So does that mean Aspro is not real and that practitioners are ghosts?

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