Saturday, June 11, 2011

Frog Skin Become a Cancer Drug

Frog is still rarely used as a drug and is often consumed as food. But researchers found that frog skin can be a drug for 70 major diseases including cancer.

Scientists from Queen’s University Belfast has won a award for their study of frog skin that can become drugs for 70 major diseases. The researchers won the Medical Futures Innovation Awards in London on June 6, 2011.

The study led by Professor Chris Shaw from Queen’s School of Pharmacy has identified two types of proteins that

Frog Become Cancer Drug

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