Human tests start on controversial Brazil cancer pill

The drug, a synthetic phosphoethanolamine known widely as "the cancer pill," was beginning testing with 10 patients at the Sao Paulo Cancer InstituteHuman testing started Monday in Brazil on a controversial anti-cancer medicine that has been distributed in the country for years without having gone through proper trials. The drug, a synthetic phosphoethanolamine known widely as “the cancer pill,” was beginning testing with 10 patients at the Sao Paulo Cancer Institute, the Sao Paulo state health department said. The pill was created by Sao Paulo University professor Gilberto Orivaldo Chierice in the 1990s.


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