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According to reports, giving a new hope to all the ovarian cancer patients, researchers from the University of Portsmouth recently announced that soon they would be extorting a new drug from tropical plants, which would certainly win the battle against deadly cancer.
However, Ian Cree, a professor of Histopathology, Pharmacy and Biomedical Sciences, took some cancer samples to prove the reliability, and merged them with plant fragments after the examination procedure. He was shocked to see that these plant extracts positively removed the cancer samples.
Meanwhile, before coming to final decisions, the researcher, along with his co worker from the same University planned conducting some similar test so that he could give his final conclusions.
In the meantime, he added, "The key now will be to obtain further funding to produce drugs from those samples showing that they can kill cancer cells and the method could also be used to find drugs to treat other cancers".
Moreover, UK's health figures accounted that above 6500 Country residents became the victim of the deadly cancer, and out of these 6500 many were forced to die at early age.