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Scientists study scorpion venom in cancer care

The research team at The University of Alabama at Birmingham discovered that the chemical compounds in this scorpion's venom could be used to kill cancerous cells in the brain without harming the healthy cells nearby. An initial clinical trial of 18 patients found that all the participants reported "feeling much better" after the treatment. Two even went into remission.

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