Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research study finds honeybee venom rapidly kills aggressive breast cancer cells – ABC News

A close up of honey bees in a hive.

“We found that the venom from honeybees is remarkably effective in killing some of these really aggressive breast cancer cells at concentrations which aren’t as damaging to normal cells,” Dr Duffy said.

The research showed a specific concentration of the venom killed 100 per cent of triple-negative breast cancer and HER2-enriched breast cancer cells within 60 minutes, while having minimal effects on normal cells.

 

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