London: An Indian-origin scientist-led team has produced a compound from fish oil that targets and kills leukaemia stem cells, a key finding which they say could pave the way for new and effective treatments for the blood cancer. In experiments on mice, researchers at the Pennsylvania State University found the compound, produced from an Omega-3 fatty acid found in fish and fish oil, completely cured the animals of the disease with no relapse.
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