Wasp venom used in new therapy for breast cancer

5 agosto 2014

Despite there currently being a wide variety of compounds against cancer, they all have serious side effects. Furthermore, tumors are capable of becoming resistant, limiting this type of treatment. In order to counteract these two disadvantages, scientists have designed a new therapy based on a peptide – the binding of several amino acids – from wasp venom for its potential use against breast cancer.
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