The ants putting a bite into cancer
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University of Warwick cancer researchers using ants in fight

Researchers say they can kill cancer cells more effectively and selectively by using a stinging substance found in ants.

The University of Warwick scientists say the treatment can be recycled and reused within cancer cells to attack them repeatedly.

The fight - by way of a compound they have developed - is triggered using the natural stinging product that is also found in nettles.

  • 15 Feb 2018
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