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Can the white milky plant sap of petty spurge-Euphorbia peplus, also known as radium weed or cancer weed-be a cure for skin cancer? It appears that this urban broad-leafed weed, found all over Great Britain, may provide a cure for the common non-melanoma types of skin cancers-in other words, basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma and intra-epidermal carcinoma
Such is the clamour for governments around the world to adopt mass immunisation programmes for adolescent girls against cervical cancer that a mass rally took place in Paris last week