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Citrus peel could fight prostate cancer

07-May-2013

Scientists in Taiwan and Japan have tested a citrus peel extract called Gold Lotion (GL) (previously shown by the authors to protect against colon tumours) and demonstrated that treatment with GL by both intraperitoneal injection and oral administration dramatically reduced both the weights and volumes of prostate tumours in human prostate tumour mouse models without any observed toxicity.

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