Scientists have not yet found any cure for pancreatic cancer that can be eliminated from the root. Once this Cancer is diagnosed, the patient also knows that he now has only 5 years of life left. Because usually pancreas cancer patients live only 5 years of life. But a recent research has given hope to people to fight this cancer.
In a recent research, researchers have discovered a technique in which pancreas cancer cells start killing themselves. This study has recently been published in the Oncotarget Journal. In a test of this technique, within a month, the growth in tumor cells was reduced by 90 percent.
Talking about this research, researcher Malaka Cohen-Arman says that in a study published in the year 2017, a molecule was found which only works to eliminate cancer cells without harming normal cells. . Cohen-Arman is associated with Tel Aviv University in Israel. It further states that while focusing on that study, we started working on pancreas cancer cells and the research found very positive results.
In this research, we can work to eliminate cancer cells with a small molecule. That too in a very limited time. This molecule was tested on a rat. During this time, mice affected by cancer cells treated with a molecule called PJ34 are able to penetrate the cell membrane and attack the cancer cells in the human body more strongly.
This molecule prevents human cancer cells from growing and does not allow them to get the necessary elements for their growth, which causes the cancer cells to die at a faster rate. The PJ34 molecule completely destroyed 90 percent of the cells inside the tumor within a month of being injected continuously for 14 days. Researchers were surprised to see the result of such a long time treatment in another rat. Because the cells of pancreatic cancer inside it were over 100 percent.
Another joy for the researchers after this research was that there was no change in the physical structure, weight and behavior of the mice involved in the research, thus eliminating these cancer cells. Researchers hope that this mechanism will prove beneficial in treating other types of cancer with full efficiency and efficiency.