Thursday, 29 April 2010

Baby's Breath flower can boost anti-leukaemia drugs by up to a million times


Scientists unveiled a major medical breakthrough that could revolutionise the treatment of leukaemia patients and save thousands of lives.

Experts have discovered that an extract from the white flower commonly known as Baby's Breath can boost the efficiency of anti-cancer drugs by a staggering million times.
They found that molecules called saponins, extracted from the Gypsophila Paniculata plant, appear to break down the membrane of cancer cells.Read more:

To read more about this exciting discovery click HERE to view the Mail Online Website.

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