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Boswellic acids inhibit glioma growth: a new treatment option?

In this study, scientists initiated brain cancer in four different groups of rats and administered each group ever-increasing amounts of Boswellic acids and found that those receiving the highest dose experienced the smallest tumor growth.

The authors find the evidence conclusive and believe the use of Boswellic acids warrants further studies in humans.

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