Animal Research Minute – Breakthroughs in Head and Neck Cancers

Did you know 12,000 people in the U.S. will die of head and neck cancer every year?

Well, according to the University of Colorado Cancer Center, grape seed extract could provide hope for those living with head and neck cancer. In a new study with mice, scientists discovered grape seed extract actually kills head and neck cancer cells and leaves healthy cells unharmed. Scientists believe grape seed extract creates conditions in the body that make it difficult for cancer to grow. This study with mice could lead to more effective and safe treatments for people with head and neck cancer.

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