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Honeybee Venom Can Save The Lives Of Thousands Of Women


Aizbah KhanWeb Editor

29th Sep, 2020. 12:35 am
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Honeybee Venom Can Save The Lives Of Thousands Of Women

The venom found in honeybee stings can be extremely effective in eliminating the cells that cause the deadly type of breast cancer, according to a recent study.

This research could save the lives of thousands of women.

You already know the numerous benefits of honey and you know a lot about the benefits of honeybees in the planet’s ecosystem. But honeybees can also save the lives of thousands of women around the world, according to a new study.

A team from the Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research at the University of Western Australia began research into how to treat breast cancer with bee venom.

Researchers have revealed that bee venom is extremely effective in eliminating the cells that cause breast cancer.

The team used 312 bees and vortex venom in the experiment. The results of this study were later published in the medical journal Persian Oncology.

The head of the research team, Dr Cara Duffy, said the toxin had eliminated 100 per cent of the cells that cause breast cancer and protected other healthy cells.

According to Dr Duffy, their research also revealed that bee venom also kills cells that cause a very deadly type of breast cancer, ‘triple-negative breast cancer’. This type of breast cancer is considered almost incurable and causes the death of thousands of women worldwide every year.

Dr Duffy, head of the research team concluded that bee venom and melatonin significantly and rapidly eliminated the cells that cause triple-negative breast cancer.

They also found that the cancer-causing cell membranes were completely destroyed by the toxin in just 60 minutes.

They described the bee venom as “extremely beneficial” and said that experiments on rats had shown that a combination of docetaxel and melatonin, a drug currently used in chemotherapy, had been shown to reduce tumour growth in rats. Stopped.

Bee venom was also researched in the 1950s, but according to Dr Duffy, research on bee venom for the treatment of various types of cancer has increased over the past two decades.

In the future, the team will look at how bee venom can be used to treat cancer. According to experts, this development could save the lives of thousands of women around the world.