Botox for Cancer Breakthrough

Botox for Cancer Breakthrough

Botox could be a cure for prostate cancer, newspaper reports suggest today.

Researchers have conducted clinical trials at the University of Texas, focusing on men with cancer that has not spread beyond the prostate gland. Results suggest that the botox shrivels tumour cells.

When the subjects eventually have surgery to remove the prostate the cancer cells will be analysed to measure the full effects.

Excitingly, it is thought that the injections could have similar effects on other types on cancers.

The research continues.

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