Daffodils may contain a cancer-killing compound

In many parts of the world, the daffodil is a symbol of hope in the fight against cancer, but now the flower could take on a more proactive role. Researchers at the Université libre de Bruxelles (ULB) in Belgium have found that an alkaloid extracted from daffodils can help shut down the “nanomachines” that tumors exploit to grow out of control…
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