Plant Extract Limits Cell Growth and Migration in Triple Negative Breast Cancer

Rosehips, the fruit of the rose plant, may offer a potent medicine in the treatment of Triple Negative Breast Cancer. In a recent study, extract of rosehips was found to significantly reduce the growth and migration of cells from triple negative breast cancer.  Researchers are hoping that rosehips may prove useful not just for treating triple negative breast cancer, but for preventing it.  Let’s hope for more research into natural, non-toxic options for not just breast cancer treatment, but breast cancer prevention.  Read more about the rosehips and triple negative breast cancer study here.


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