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Grapefruit juice found to give cancer treatment a boost

Posted on: August 9, 2009

Unlike most beverages, grapefruit juice contains a chemical that boosts the potency of many drugs in the body. To avoid a dangerously high dose of medication, patients are often advised to not wash down pills with grapefruit juice. U. of C. cancer researcher Dr. Ezra Cohen wondered if that quality could be used for good — if drinking the juice could boost the effectiveness of cancer drugs.

Grapefruit juice found to give cancer treatment a boost — baltimoresun.com.

1 Response to "Grapefruit juice found to give cancer treatment a boost"

Some academic work (and a lot of private experimentations) is being done on the small anti-cancer molecule, dichloroacetate. It also appears to be synergistic with various big-pharma drugs.

JPS

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