July 19, 2011

ANTIOXIDANT INHIBITOR KILLS CANCER CELLS. “Cancer cells generate a lot more toxic reactive oxygen species (ROS) because cancer cells grow at a fast rate. Cancer cells have faster rates of metabolism. So a drug that inhibits the cell’s defenses against ROS will selectively cause much higher ROS concentration in cancer cells than in normal cells.”

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