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Graviola: A Worthwhile Botanical Against Cancer?

I read about a South American herb called graviola, which supposedly boosts immunity and has anti-tumor properties. Are there any scientific studies supporting these claims?

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Answer (Published 11/1/2007)

I've seen Internet hype on graviola, which is being widely promoted as a cancer-fighting herb. Some Web sites claim that it is 10,000 times stronger than the chemotherapy drug Adriamycin, and that it is effective against prostate, lung, breast, colon and pancreatic cancers. None of this is true.


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Graviola: A Worthwhile Botanical Against Cancer?

I read about a South American herb called graviola, which supposedly boosts immunity and has anti-tumor properties. Are there any scientific studies supporting these claims?

A
Answer (Published 11/1/2007)

I've seen Internet hype on graviola, which is being widely promoted as a cancer-fighting herb. Some Web sites claim that it is 10,000 times stronger than the chemotherapy drug Adriamycin, and that it is effective against prostate, lung, breast, colon and pancreatic cancers. None of this is true.


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Graviola: A Worthwhile Botanical Against Cancer?

I read about a South American herb called graviola, which supposedly boosts immunity and has anti-tumor properties. Are there any scientific studies supporting these claims?

A
Answer (Published 11/1/2007)

I've seen Internet hype on graviola, which is being widely promoted as a cancer-fighting herb. Some Web sites claim that it is 10,000 times stronger than the chemotherapy drug Adriamycin, and that it is effective against prostate, lung, breast, colon and pancreatic cancers. None of this is true.


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Graviola: A Worthwhile Botanical Against Cancer?

I read about a South American herb called graviola, which supposedly boosts immunity and has anti-tumor properties. Are there any scientific studies supporting these claims?

A
Answer (Published 11/1/2007)

I've seen Internet hype on graviola, which is being widely promoted as a cancer-fighting herb. Some Web sites claim that it is 10,000 times stronger than the chemotherapy drug Adriamycin, and that it is effective against prostate, lung, breast, colon and pancreatic cancers. None of this is true.


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Graviola: A Worthwhile Botanical Against Cancer?

I read about a South American herb called graviola, which supposedly boosts immunity and has anti-tumor properties. Are there any scientific studies supporting these claims?

A
Answer (Published 11/1/2007)

I've seen Internet hype on graviola, which is being widely promoted as a cancer-fighting herb. Some Web sites claim that it is 10,000 times stronger than the chemotherapy drug Adriamycin, and that it is effective against prostate, lung, breast, colon and pancreatic cancers. None of this is true.


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Graviola: A Worthwhile Botanical Against Cancer?

I read about a South American herb called graviola, which supposedly boosts immunity and has anti-tumor properties. Are there any scientific studies supporting these claims?

A
Answer (Published 11/1/2007)

I've seen Internet hype on graviola, which is being widely promoted as a cancer-fighting herb. Some Web sites claim that it is 10,000 times stronger than the chemotherapy drug Adriamycin, and that it is effective against prostate, lung, breast, colon and pancreatic cancers. None of this is true.


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Graviola: A Worthwhile Botanical Against Cancer?

I read about a South American herb called graviola, which supposedly boosts immunity and has anti-tumor properties. Are there any scientific studies supporting these claims?

A
Answer (Published 11/1/2007)

I've seen Internet hype on graviola, which is being widely promoted as a cancer-fighting herb. Some Web sites claim that it is 10,000 times stronger than the chemotherapy drug Adriamycin, and that it is effective against prostate, lung, breast, colon and pancreatic cancers. None of this is true.


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Graviola: A Worthwhile Botanical Against Cancer?

I read about a South American herb called graviola, which supposedly boosts immunity and has anti-tumor properties. Are there any scientific studies supporting these claims?

A
Answer (Published 11/1/2007)

I've seen Internet hype on graviola, which is being widely promoted as a cancer-fighting herb. Some Web sites claim that it is 10,000 times stronger than the chemotherapy drug Adriamycin, and that it is effective against prostate, lung, breast, colon and pancreatic cancers. None of this is true.


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Graviola: A Worthwhile Botanical Against Cancer?

I read about a South American herb called graviola, which supposedly boosts immunity and has anti-tumor properties. Are there any scientific studies supporting these claims?

A
Answer (Published 11/1/2007)

I've seen Internet hype on graviola, which is being widely promoted as a cancer-fighting herb. Some Web sites claim that it is 10,000 times stronger than the chemotherapy drug Adriamycin, and that it is effective against prostate, lung, breast, colon and pancreatic cancers. None of this is true.


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Graviola: A Worthwhile Botanical Against Cancer?

I read about a South American herb called graviola, which supposedly boosts immunity and has anti-tumor properties. Are there any scientific studies supporting these claims?

A
Answer (Published 11/1/2007)

I've seen Internet hype on graviola, which is being widely promoted as a cancer-fighting herb. Some Web sites claim that it is 10,000 times stronger than the chemotherapy drug Adriamycin, and that it is effective against prostate, lung, breast, colon and pancreatic cancers. None of this is true.


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Graviola: A Worthwhile Botanical Against Cancer?

I read about a South American herb called graviola, which supposedly boosts immunity and has anti-tumor properties. Are there any scientific studies supporting these claims?

A
Answer (Published 11/1/2007)

I've seen Internet hype on graviola, which is being widely promoted as a cancer-fighting herb. Some Web sites claim that it is 10,000 times stronger than the chemotherapy drug Adriamycin, and that it is effective against prostate, lung, breast, colon and pancreatic cancers. None of this is true.


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Graviola: A Worthwhile Botanical Against Cancer?

I read about a South American herb called graviola, which supposedly boosts immunity and has anti-tumor properties. Are there any scientific studies supporting these claims?

A
Answer (Published 11/1/2007)

I've seen Internet hype on graviola, which is being widely promoted as a cancer-fighting herb. Some Web sites claim that it is 10,000 times stronger than the chemotherapy drug Adriamycin, and that it is effective against prostate, lung, breast, colon and pancreatic cancers. None of this is true.


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Graviola: A Worthwhile Botanical Against Cancer?

I read about a South American herb called graviola, which supposedly boosts immunity and has anti-tumor properties. Are there any scientific studies supporting these claims?

A
Answer (Published 11/1/2007)

I've seen Internet hype on graviola, which is being widely promoted as a cancer-fighting herb. Some Web sites claim that it is 10,000 times stronger than the chemotherapy drug Adriamycin, and that it is effective against prostate, lung, breast, colon and pancreatic cancers. None of this is true.


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Graviola: A Worthwhile Botanical Against Cancer?

I read about a South American herb called graviola, which supposedly boosts immunity and has anti-tumor properties. Are there any scientific studies supporting these claims?

A
Answer (Published 11/1/2007)

I've seen Internet hype on graviola, which is being widely promoted as a cancer-fighting herb. Some Web sites claim that it is 10,000 times stronger than the chemotherapy drug Adriamycin, and that it is effective against prostate, lung, breast, colon and pancreatic cancers. None of this is true.


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Graviola: A Worthwhile Botanical Against Cancer?

I read about a South American herb called graviola, which supposedly boosts immunity and has anti-tumor properties. Are there any scientific studies supporting these claims?

A
Answer (Published 11/1/2007)

I've seen Internet hype on graviola, which is being widely promoted as a cancer-fighting herb. Some Web sites claim that it is 10,000 times stronger than the chemotherapy drug Adriamycin, and that it is effective against prostate, lung, breast, colon and pancreatic cancers. None of this is true.


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Graviola: A Worthwhile Botanical Against Cancer?

I read about a South American herb called graviola, which supposedly boosts immunity and has anti-tumor properties. Are there any scientific studies supporting these claims?

A
Answer (Published 11/1/2007)

I've seen Internet hype on graviola, which is being widely promoted as a cancer-fighting herb. Some Web sites claim that it is 10,000 times stronger than the chemotherapy drug Adriamycin, and that it is effective against prostate, lung, breast, colon and pancreatic cancers. None of this is true.


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Graviola: A Worthwhile Botanical Against Cancer?

I read about a South American herb called graviola, which supposedly boosts immunity and has anti-tumor properties. Are there any scientific studies supporting these claims?

A
Answer (Published 11/1/2007)

I've seen Internet hype on graviola, which is being widely promoted as a cancer-fighting herb. Some Web sites claim that it is 10,000 times stronger than the chemotherapy drug Adriamycin, and that it is effective against prostate, lung, breast, colon and pancreatic cancers. None of this is true.


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Graviola: A Worthwhile Botanical Against Cancer?

I read about a South American herb called graviola, which supposedly boosts immunity and has anti-tumor properties. Are there any scientific studies supporting these claims?

A
Answer (Published 11/1/2007)

I've seen Internet hype on graviola, which is being widely promoted as a cancer-fighting herb. Some Web sites claim that it is 10,000 times stronger than the chemotherapy drug Adriamycin, and that it is effective against prostate, lung, breast, colon and pancreatic cancers. None of this is true.


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Graviola: A Worthwhile Botanical Against Cancer?

I read about a South American herb called graviola, which supposedly boosts immunity and has anti-tumor properties. Are there any scientific studies supporting these claims?

A
Answer (Published 11/1/2007)

I've seen Internet hype on graviola, which is being widely promoted as a cancer-fighting herb. Some Web sites claim that it is 10,000 times stronger than the chemotherapy drug Adriamycin, and that it is effective against prostate, lung, breast, colon and pancreatic cancers. None of this is true.


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Graviola: A Worthwhile Botanical Against Cancer?

I read about a South American herb called graviola, which supposedly boosts immunity and has anti-tumor properties. Are there any scientific studies supporting these claims?

A
Answer (Published 11/1/2007)

I've seen Internet hype on graviola, which is being widely promoted as a cancer-fighting herb. Some Web sites claim that it is 10,000 times stronger than the chemotherapy drug Adriamycin, and that it is effective against prostate, lung, breast, colon and pancreatic cancers. None of this is true.


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Graviola: A Worthwhile Botanical Against Cancer?

I read about a South American herb called graviola, which supposedly boosts immunity and has anti-tumor properties. Are there any scientific studies supporting these claims?

A
Answer (Published 11/1/2007)

I've seen Internet hype on graviola, which is being widely promoted as a cancer-fighting herb. Some Web sites claim that it is 10,000 times stronger than the chemotherapy drug Adriamycin, and that it is effective against prostate, lung, breast, colon and pancreatic cancers. None of this is true.


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Graviola: A Worthwhile Botanical Against Cancer?

I read about a South American herb called graviola, which supposedly boosts immunity and has anti-tumor properties. Are there any scientific studies supporting these claims?

A
Answer (Published 11/1/2007)

I've seen Internet hype on graviola, which is being widely promoted as a cancer-fighting herb. Some Web sites claim that it is 10,000 times stronger than the chemotherapy drug Adriamycin, and that it is effective against prostate, lung, breast, colon and pancreatic cancers. None of this is true.


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Graviola: A Worthwhile Botanical Against Cancer?

I read about a South American herb called graviola, which supposedly boosts immunity and has anti-tumor properties. Are there any scientific studies supporting these claims?

A
Answer (Published 11/1/2007)

I've seen Internet hype on graviola, which is being widely promoted as a cancer-fighting herb. Some Web sites claim that it is 10,000 times stronger than the chemotherapy drug Adriamycin, and that it is effective against prostate, lung, breast, colon and pancreatic cancers. None of this is true.


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Graviola: A Worthwhile Botanical Against Cancer?

I read about a South American herb called graviola, which supposedly boosts immunity and has anti-tumor properties. Are there any scientific studies supporting these claims?

A
Answer (Published 11/1/2007)

I've seen Internet hype on graviola, which is being widely promoted as a cancer-fighting herb. Some Web sites claim that it is 10,000 times stronger than the chemotherapy drug Adriamycin, and that it is effective against prostate, lung, breast, colon and pancreatic cancers. None of this is true.


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Graviola: A Worthwhile Botanical Against Cancer?

I read about a South American herb called graviola, which supposedly boosts immunity and has anti-tumor properties. Are there any scientific studies supporting these claims?

A
Answer (Published 11/1/2007)

I've seen Internet hype on graviola, which is being widely promoted as a cancer-fighting herb. Some Web sites claim that it is 10,000 times stronger than the chemotherapy drug Adriamycin, and that it is effective against prostate, lung, breast, colon and pancreatic cancers. None of this is true.


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Graviola: A Worthwhile Botanical Against Cancer?

I read about a South American herb called graviola, which supposedly boosts immunity and has anti-tumor properties. Are there any scientific studies supporting these claims?

A
Answer (Published 11/1/2007)

I've seen Internet hype on graviola, which is being widely promoted as a cancer-fighting herb. Some Web sites claim that it is 10,000 times stronger than the chemotherapy drug Adriamycin, and that it is effective against prostate, lung, breast, colon and pancreatic cancers. None of this is true.


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Graviola: A Worthwhile Botanical Against Cancer?

I read about a South American herb called graviola, which supposedly boosts immunity and has anti-tumor properties. Are there any scientific studies supporting these claims?

A
Answer (Published 11/1/2007)

I've seen Internet hype on graviola, which is being widely promoted as a cancer-fighting herb. Some Web sites claim that it is 10,000 times stronger than the chemotherapy drug Adriamycin, and that it is effective against prostate, lung, breast, colon and pancreatic cancers. None of this is true.


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Graviola: A Worthwhile Botanical Against Cancer?

I read about a South American herb called graviola, which supposedly boosts immunity and has anti-tumor properties. Are there any scientific studies supporting these claims?

A
Answer (Published 11/1/2007)

I've seen Internet hype on graviola, which is being widely promoted as a cancer-fighting herb. Some Web sites claim that it is 10,000 times stronger than the chemotherapy drug Adriamycin, and that it is effective against prostate, lung, breast, colon and pancreatic cancers. None of this is true.


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Graviola: A Worthwhile Botanical Against Cancer?

I read about a South American herb called graviola, which supposedly boosts immunity and has anti-tumor properties. Are there any scientific studies supporting these claims?

A
Answer (Published 11/1/2007)

I've seen Internet hype on graviola, which is being widely promoted as a cancer-fighting herb. Some Web sites claim that it is 10,000 times stronger than the chemotherapy drug Adriamycin, and that it is effective against prostate, lung, breast, colon and pancreatic cancers. None of this is true.


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Graviola: A Worthwhile Botanical Against Cancer?

I read about a South American herb called graviola, which supposedly boosts immunity and has anti-tumor properties. Are there any scientific studies supporting these claims?

A
Answer (Published 11/1/2007)

I've seen Internet hype on graviola, which is being widely promoted as a cancer-fighting herb. Some Web sites claim that it is 10,000 times stronger than the chemotherapy drug Adriamycin, and that it is effective against prostate, lung, breast, colon and pancreatic cancers. None of this is true.


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Graviola: A Worthwhile Botanical Against Cancer?

I read about a South American herb called graviola, which supposedly boosts immunity and has anti-tumor properties. Are there any scientific studies supporting these claims?

A
Answer (Published 11/1/2007)

I've seen Internet hype on graviola, which is being widely promoted as a cancer-fighting herb. Some Web sites claim that it is 10,000 times stronger than the chemotherapy drug Adriamycin, and that it is effective against prostate, lung, breast, colon and pancreatic cancers. None of this is true.


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Graviola: A Worthwhile Botanical Against Cancer?

I read about a South American herb called graviola, which supposedly boosts immunity and has anti-tumor properties. Are there any scientific studies supporting these claims?

A
Answer (Published 11/1/2007)

I've seen Internet hype on graviola, which is being widely promoted as a cancer-fighting herb. Some Web sites claim that it is 10,000 times stronger than the chemotherapy drug Adriamycin, and that it is effective against prostate, lung, breast, colon and pancreatic cancers. None of this is true.


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Graviola: A Worthwhile Botanical Against Cancer?

I read about a South American herb called graviola, which supposedly boosts immunity and has anti-tumor properties. Are there any scientific studies supporting these claims?

A
Answer (Published 11/1/2007)

I've seen Internet hype on graviola, which is being widely promoted as a cancer-fighting herb. Some Web sites claim that it is 10,000 times stronger than the chemotherapy drug Adriamycin, and that it is effective against prostate, lung, breast, colon and pancreatic cancers. None of this is true.


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Graviola: A Worthwhile Botanical Against Cancer?

I read about a South American herb called graviola, which supposedly boosts immunity and has anti-tumor properties. Are there any scientific studies supporting these claims?

A
Answer (Published 11/1/2007)

I've seen Internet hype on graviola, which is being widely promoted as a cancer-fighting herb. Some Web sites claim that it is 10,000 times stronger than the chemotherapy drug Adriamycin, and that it is effective against prostate, lung, breast, colon and pancreatic cancers. None of this is true.


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Graviola: A Worthwhile Botanical Against Cancer?

I read about a South American herb called graviola, which supposedly boosts immunity and has anti-tumor properties. Are there any scientific studies supporting these claims?

A
Answer (Published 11/1/2007)

I've seen Internet hype on graviola, which is being widely promoted as a cancer-fighting herb. Some Web sites claim that it is 10,000 times stronger than the chemotherapy drug Adriamycin, and that it is effective against prostate, lung, breast, colon and pancreatic cancers. None of this is true.


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Graviola: A Worthwhile Botanical Against Cancer?

I read about a South American herb called graviola, which supposedly boosts immunity and has anti-tumor properties. Are there any scientific studies supporting these claims?

A
Answer (Published 11/1/2007)

I've seen Internet hype on graviola, which is being widely promoted as a cancer-fighting herb. Some Web sites claim that it is 10,000 times stronger than the chemotherapy drug Adriamycin, and that it is effective against prostate, lung, breast, colon and pancreatic cancers. None of this is true.


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Graviola: A Worthwhile Botanical Against Cancer?

I read about a South American herb called graviola, which supposedly boosts immunity and has anti-tumor properties. Are there any scientific studies supporting these claims?

A
Answer (Published 11/1/2007)

I've seen Internet hype on graviola, which is being widely promoted as a cancer-fighting herb. Some Web sites claim that it is 10,000 times stronger than the chemotherapy drug Adriamycin, and that it is effective against prostate, lung, breast, colon and pancreatic cancers. None of this is true.


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Graviola: A Worthwhile Botanical Against Cancer?

I read about a South American herb called graviola, which supposedly boosts immunity and has anti-tumor properties. Are there any scientific studies supporting these claims?

A
Answer (Published 11/1/2007)

I've seen Internet hype on graviola, which is being widely promoted as a cancer-fighting herb. Some Web sites claim that it is 10,000 times stronger than the chemotherapy drug Adriamycin, and that it is effective against prostate, lung, breast, colon and pancreatic cancers. None of this is true.


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Graviola: A Worthwhile Botanical Against Cancer?

I read about a South American herb called graviola, which supposedly boosts immunity and has anti-tumor properties. Are there any scientific studies supporting these claims?

A
Answer (Published 11/1/2007)

I've seen Internet hype on graviola, which is being widely promoted as a cancer-fighting herb. Some Web sites claim that it is 10,000 times stronger than the chemotherapy drug Adriamycin, and that it is effective against prostate, lung, breast, colon and pancreatic cancers. None of this is true.


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Graviola: A Worthwhile Botanical Against Cancer?

I read about a South American herb called graviola, which supposedly boosts immunity and has anti-tumor properties. Are there any scientific studies supporting these claims?

A
Answer (Published 11/1/2007)

I've seen Internet hype on graviola, which is being widely promoted as a cancer-fighting herb. Some Web sites claim that it is 10,000 times stronger than the chemotherapy drug Adriamycin, and that it is effective against prostate, lung, breast, colon and pancreatic cancers. None of this is true.


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Graviola: A Worthwhile Botanical Against Cancer?

I read about a South American herb called graviola, which supposedly boosts immunity and has anti-tumor properties. Are there any scientific studies supporting these claims?

A
Answer (Published 11/1/2007)

I've seen Internet hype on graviola, which is being widely promoted as a cancer-fighting herb. Some Web sites claim that it is 10,000 times stronger than the chemotherapy drug Adriamycin, and that it is effective against prostate, lung, breast, colon and pancreatic cancers. None of this is true.


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Graviola: A Worthwhile Botanical Against Cancer?

I read about a South American herb called graviola, which supposedly boosts immunity and has anti-tumor properties. Are there any scientific studies supporting these claims?

A
Answer (Published 11/1/2007)

I've seen Internet hype on graviola, which is being widely promoted as a cancer-fighting herb. Some Web sites claim that it is 10,000 times stronger than the chemotherapy drug Adriamycin, and that it is effective against prostate, lung, breast, colon and pancreatic cancers. None of this is true.


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Graviola: A Worthwhile Botanical Against Cancer?

I read about a South American herb called graviola, which supposedly boosts immunity and has anti-tumor properties. Are there any scientific studies supporting these claims?

A
Answer (Published 11/1/2007)

I've seen Internet hype on graviola, which is being widely promoted as a cancer-fighting herb. Some Web sites claim that it is 10,000 times stronger than the chemotherapy drug Adriamycin, and that it is effective against prostate, lung, breast, colon and pancreatic cancers. None of this is true.


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Graviola: A Worthwhile Botanical Against Cancer?

I read about a South American herb called graviola, which supposedly boosts immunity and has anti-tumor properties. Are there any scientific studies supporting these claims?

A
Answer (Published 11/1/2007)

I've seen Internet hype on graviola, which is being widely promoted as a cancer-fighting herb. Some Web sites claim that it is 10,000 times stronger than the chemotherapy drug Adriamycin, and that it is effective against prostate, lung, breast, colon and pancreatic cancers. None of this is true.


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Graviola: A Worthwhile Botanical Against Cancer?

I read about a South American herb called graviola, which supposedly boosts immunity and has anti-tumor properties. Are there any scientific studies supporting these claims?

A
Answer (Published 11/1/2007)

I've seen Internet hype on graviola, which is being widely promoted as a cancer-fighting herb. Some Web sites claim that it is 10,000 times stronger than the chemotherapy drug Adriamycin, and that it is effective against prostate, lung, breast, colon and pancreatic cancers. None of this is true.


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Graviola: A Worthwhile Botanical Against Cancer?

I read about a South American herb called graviola, which supposedly boosts immunity and has anti-tumor properties. Are there any scientific studies supporting these claims?

A
Answer (Published 11/1/2007)

I've seen Internet hype on graviola, which is being widely promoted as a cancer-fighting herb. Some Web sites claim that it is 10,000 times stronger than the chemotherapy drug Adriamycin, and that it is effective against prostate, lung, breast, colon and pancreatic cancers. None of this is true.


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Graviola: A Worthwhile Botanical Against Cancer?

I read about a South American herb called graviola, which supposedly boosts immunity and has anti-tumor properties. Are there any scientific studies supporting these claims?

A
Answer (Published 11/1/2007)

I've seen Internet hype on graviola, which is being widely promoted as a cancer-fighting herb. Some Web sites claim that it is 10,000 times stronger than the chemotherapy drug Adriamycin, and that it is effective against prostate, lung, breast, colon and pancreatic cancers. None of this is true.


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Graviola: A Worthwhile Botanical Against Cancer?

I read about a South American herb called graviola, which supposedly boosts immunity and has anti-tumor properties. Are there any scientific studies supporting these claims?

A
Answer (Published 11/1/2007)

I've seen Internet hype on graviola, which is being widely promoted as a cancer-fighting herb. Some Web sites claim that it is 10,000 times stronger than the chemotherapy drug Adriamycin, and that it is effective against prostate, lung, breast, colon and pancreatic cancers. None of this is true.


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Graviola: A Worthwhile Botanical Against Cancer?

I read about a South American herb called graviola, which supposedly boosts immunity and has anti-tumor properties. Are there any scientific studies supporting these claims?

A
Answer (Published 11/1/2007)

I've seen Internet hype on graviola, which is being widely promoted as a cancer-fighting herb. Some Web sites claim that it is 10,000 times stronger than the chemotherapy drug Adriamycin, and that it is effective against prostate, lung, breast, colon and pancreatic cancers. None of this is true.


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Graviola: A Worthwhile Botanical Against Cancer?

I read about a South American herb called graviola, which supposedly boosts immunity and has anti-tumor properties. Are there any scientific studies supporting these claims?

A
Answer (Published 11/1/2007)

I've seen Internet hype on graviola, which is being widely promoted as a cancer-fighting herb. Some Web sites claim that it is 10,000 times stronger than the chemotherapy drug Adriamycin, and that it is effective against prostate, lung, breast, colon and pancreatic cancers. None of this is true.


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Graviola: A Worthwhile Botanical Against Cancer?

I read about a South American herb called graviola, which supposedly boosts immunity and has anti-tumor properties. Are there any scientific studies supporting these claims?

A
Answer (Published 11/1/2007)

I've seen Internet hype on graviola, which is being widely promoted as a cancer-fighting herb. Some Web sites claim that it is 10,000 times stronger than the chemotherapy drug Adriamycin, and that it is effective against prostate, lung, breast, colon and pancreatic cancers. None of this is true.