Could Chinese medicine cure leukaemia? Taking a herb alongside treatment 'helps 85% of patients enter remission'



A Chinese herbal medicine has blasted leukaemia into submission.
Seriously ill patients given homoharringtonine, a drug made from the leaves of the plum yew tree, made remarkable recoveries. 
Some had already been treated unsuccessfully with conventional drugs.
All were suffering from a hard to treat form of acute myeloid leukaemia – an aggressive cancer of the white blood cells.
Twenty of the 24 patients treated with homoharringtonine, plus a conventional medicine that boosted its effect, went into remission – meaning all signs of their cancer had gone.
One 76-year-old woman remained in... read more

 
6 October 2016 in Health, Views: 46
Source: Daily Mail
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