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Treating Stomach Cancer . . . With Botox Injections?

Treating Stomach Cancer . . . With Botox Injections?
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Research from Columbia University Medical Center has found a new potential purpose for Botox that is far beyond skin-deep. Botox injections aimed a...
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    Research from Columbia University Medical Center has found a new potential purpose for Botox that is far beyond skin-deep. Botox injections aimed at blocking nerve transmissions to the stomach significantly slow stomach tumor growths and, by extension, increase survival rates. Are the cosmetic and oncology fields colliding to treat stomach cancers? Dr. Matt Birnholz reports.  

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