Friday, April 24, 2009

Grape juice propels anti-cancer drugs

Grape juice is one my favorite drinks and enjoy a cuppa every week. A new study has shown that grape juice has the ability to make the anti-cancer drug rapamycin more effective. Preliminary clinical trials have shown that consuming grape juice increases the level of the anti-cancer drug in the blood. This paves the way for exploring more on the combined action of grape juice and rapamycin. Grape juice increases the levels of certain drugs in blood by 3 to 5 times. But this was regarded as an overdose threat previously. Now scientists are keen on utilizing the grape juice effect beneficially. Rapamycin is touted as a promising drug against cancer. Let us all pray for every cancer patient in the world that a concrete permanent cure for cancer becomes available from the medical world in the near future.


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