Antipsychotic Drugs To Destroy Cancer Cells
It’s a fact that some cancers can survive on high cholesterol levels. Ana Sandoiu composed an article that was fact checked by Jasmin Collier that there is new research that uses antipsychotic drugs to starve these cancer cells of cholesterol.
Certain malignancies depend on cholesterol to survive, according to some studies, and that high serum cholesterol levels can predict the risk of cancer. There is a drug compound called leelamine that has shown through recent studies to delay tumor growth in melanoma, a dangerous form of skin cancer. Scientists at the Pennsylvania State University Cancer Institute in Hershey,
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