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Scientists have named a delicacy that helps in the fight against oncology

Unfortunately, there is no vaccine that protects against cancer, like a magic pill for its disappearance. Modern methods of therapy do not always give the desired result, and side effects in any case will occur. But scientists told about the food product, which has a positive effect in the fight against malignant tumors
Representatives of science conducted a study in which they found a new and safe way to combat the deadly disease. 

Researchers from Britain found that one of the delicacies has a positive effect in the fight against malignant tumors. This product was mollusks - oysters, mussels, squid, octopus . They are effective in several types of cancer. 

The positive effect is achieved due to the presence of special sugars in the bodies of the above seafood. On the basis of such sugars, it is possible to develop a drug that is as effective as chemotherapy, but without strong side effects. The detected active substance acts on proteins in malignant tissues. 

The organizers of the experiment believe that a new method of combating cancer will help children in the first place, because they suffer the consequences of chemistry worse than adults. 

Sugar oysters and shellfish are effective in the treatment of colon cancer, breast, lungs, leukemia. They inhibit the progression of tumors and increase the chances of recovery. 

The study has taken another step forward in the fight against oncology. Scientists do not give up hope that in the future, cancer will not pose a mortal danger for every fifth inhabitant of the planet. 
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