Plant derivative could help refine cancer treatment
A plant derived from trees and shrubs called celastracaea, which has long been used for ailments such as fever, chills, joint pain and an anti-inflammatory in Chinese Medicine has been shown to inhibit a protein that is necessary for cancer growth.
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