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Orally administered Gallium Matolate is being used as a treatment for several types of cancer. Already used as a topical analgesic for skin ailments, it’s anti-inflammatory and antiproliferative properties is showing success in clinical trials against some types of cancer including hepatocellular carcicoma, liver cancer, lymphoma and skin cancer.
While gallium does not naturally occur in the body, it’s similar to iron which is necessary for cell division and DNA production. Once it enters iron’s pathways into the cancer cell, it stops ribonucleotide reductase activity which then slows DNA production and cell division. Once the DNA production has slowed in the cancer cell, the malignant cells begin to die off.
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