Cancer-killing Dandelion Tea Receives $157K Research Grant
|Cancer-killing Dandelion Tea Receives $157K Research Grant||Darrell Miller||05/18/17|
May 18, 2017 08:44 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Subject: Cancer-killing Dandelion Tea Receives $157K Research Grant
Chronic monocytic myeloid leukemia, a cancer of the blood, has been shown to respond to respond to dandelion root extract in clinical studies. Siyaram Pandey, a biochemist at the University of Windsor, began studying its effects after an oncologist pointed out to him that patients of hers who drank dandelion root tea, were getting better. He developed a formula concentration the roots into a potent tea that has shown to treat cancer cells, while leaving healthy cells alone. His team has received a substantial research grant to continue their research.
- A Canadian scientist investigated the impact of drinking dandelion tea after a doctor noted unexpected improvement in people suffering from cancer who drank it.
- Dr. Pandey, a Canadian biochemist, found that exposing cancer cells to tea derived from dandelions caused the cells to die.
- A clinic in Windsor, Canada has received significant grant money to try a novel approach to treating cancers of the blood by having clients drink dandelion tea.
"After other medical treatments for his leukemia failed he tried the tea. Four months later, he returned to the clinic in remission and has been cancer-free for three years."
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