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Cancer Drug Could Be Used to Treat Endometriosis

The painful symptoms of endometriosis could be treated with the help of a drug which was investigated originally as a cancer treatment.

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New research by experts found that using dichloroacetate to treat the cells of women who suffer from endometriosis lowered the production of lactate, a potentially harmful waste product, arresting the abnormal cell growth.

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