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Hawthorn leaves and flowers contain antioxidants such as oligomeric proanthocyanidins (OPCs), which are also known to strengthen blood vessels. [Full Story]
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When a tumor enters the bloodstream or the lymphatic system, it is not the cancer cells that have been made by the stem cells that cause the malignancy to spread. Rather, it is the cancer stem cells that actually cause the tumors to spread. [Full Story]
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