Honeybee Venom Could Hold Secret To Treating Aggressive Breast Cancer • Discoverology

Honeybee Venom Could Hold Secret To Treating Aggressive Breast Cancer

A young Australian scientist’s groundbreaking research has found honeybees could hold the secret to treating one of the most aggressive forms of breast cancer.
Dr Ciara Duffy, 25, found venom from the honeybee could kill cancer cells in just 60 minutes.

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