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antioxidants fastened the spread of cancer cells in mice - drugdiscovery.com
antioxidants fastened the spread of cancer cells in mice - drugdiscovery.com


Two well-spread antioxidants seem to spees up the spread of cancer cells in mices. These antioxidants are ingredients of many well-known prvention drugs.
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Tags: prevention, antioxidant, cacer, mice - February 13, 2014
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