Sliced Aloe Vera Stock PhotoKenyan researchers recently published a manuscript in the journal Molecules analyzing multiple chemical constituents from the roots of Aloe for their activity against breast cancer cells. Of those chemical constituents, two resulted in strong activity against specific breast cancer cells. This study may confirm Aloe’s traditional medicinal use of cytotoxicity and serve as a foundation for future medical innovations and research in breast cancer treatment. How do you think these findings will influence the oncology industry and future innovations for the treatment of breast cancer? What do you typically use Aloe roots and leaves for in your patients?
For additional information please see Molecules. http://www.mdpi.com/1420-3049/19/3/3264 — please use this link.

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