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Grape Seed Extract Kills Leukemia Cells

Based on this earlier research, as well as studies from other scientists showing grape seed extract reduces breast tumors in rats and skin tumors in mice, the University of Kentucky scientists decided to see what effect the natural components of grape seed extract might have on leukemia cells.

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Interesting. I wonder if Pycnogenol will have a similar effect since the compounds in it are related to grape seed extract.
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Wouldn't that be astaxanthin?
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Wouldn't that be astaxanthin?
Astaxanthin is something else: It is an antioxidant though
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