Scientist devises method to kill cancer with a dose of arsenic

Lee Bell
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Scientist devises method to kill cancer with a dose of arsenic

Animal tests have shown arsenic effectively kills breast, ovarian and lung cancer cells

Cancer could be killed with a dose of arsenic poison, a renowned physician has claimed. Arsenic, which is known to have killed many a human being back in the olden days when it was used as a ...

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