Can A Daisy Kill Leukemia?

Interesting research has discovered the daisy-like plant known as Feverfew (Bachelor's Button), a common plant found in gardens all over North America, may be the source of parthenolide, a chemical that can kill human leukemia stem cells like no other single therapy. Feverfew has been used for centuries as an herbal remedy to reduce fevers and inflammation, prevent migraine headaches and ease symptoms from arthritis. However, scientists are careful to point out a patient stricken with...

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