Washington: Men using the cardiac drug digoxin were found to have a 24 percent lower risk for prostate cancer.Digoxin, made from the foxglove plant, has been used for centuries in folk medicine and for decades to treat congestive heart failure and heart rhythm abnormalities.It also emerged as a leading candidate among 3,000 drugs screened by the John Hopkins team for the drugs` ability to curb prostate cancer cell growth, according to the investigators, the journal Cancer Discovery reports.
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