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National Cancer Institute awards UIC $1.7 million to research southeast Asian fruit

National Cancer Institute awards UIC $1.7 million to research southeast Asian fruit
The National Cancer Institute is awarding the University of Illinois at Chicago $1.7 million to research a southeast Asian fruit and study its potential as a treatment for prostate cancer.  Traditional healers have used the mangosteen fruit to treat skin infections, wounds, dysentery and urinary tract infections. It was not approved for import into […]
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