Novel drug therapy kills pancreatic cancer cells by reducing levels of antioxidants

While it’s a matter of conventional wisdom in popular culture that raising antioxidant levels in the body tends to keep cancer at bay, a research team demonstrates that in pancreatic cells on the road to cancer or already malignant, the last thing one wants to do is to raise antioxidant levels. Lowering antioxidants in pancreatic cancer cells can help kill them, the study shows. (Mehr in: Cancer News — ScienceDaily)