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Some research indicates that guanabana, or soursop, has cancer-fighting benefits, including slowing the progression of cancer and helping cancer drugs work better. However, it is toxic and unsafe, causing systemic nerve ...

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An article by Processed-Free America states that the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center discovered that guanabana contains compounds that may prevent or slow the growth of cancer cells. Guanabana has also been found ...

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Researchers need to conduct more studies with human subjects to obtain definitive data, but guanabana nectar, also known as soursop, may slow cancer cell growth, decrease resistance to cancer-fighting drugs and suppress ...

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Angiogenesis affects the progression of cancer by allowing cancer cells to invade tissues nearby, moving throughout the body to form new colonies of cancers known as metastases, explains the National Cancer Institute. Tu...

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Researchers need to conduct more studies with human subjects to obtain definitive data, but guanabana nectar, also known as soursop, may slow cancer cell growth, decrease resistance to cancer-fighting drugs and suppress ...

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A guanabana, also known as a soursop, is the fruit of the guanabana tree, a broadleaf evergreen native to South and Central America and the Caribbean. The fruit has a spiny green skin, a soft white interior and a core of...

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"Guanabana" is a Spanish name for the soursop fruit, a tropical tree fruit that is has an edible, fleshy pulp. The fruit originated in the West Indies and South America but is grown in tropical climates all over the worl...

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