(THE SUN) — Cancer cells in lab mice were found to self-destruct, with up to 95 per cent dead in two hours.
Professor Matthew Gdovin revealed the cells — which he injected with the chemical compound nitrobenzaldehyde — turned too acidic to survive.
He said after patenting his “photodynamic” therapy: “There are many different types of cancers.
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“The one thing they have in common is their susceptibility to this induced cell suicide.