Alternate Cancer Medications Found Helpful The first scientific tests of some popular alternative medicine products hint that American ginseng might lessen cancer fatigue and that flaxseed might slow the growth of prostate tumors. But a big study proved shark worthless against lung cancer cartilage, and doctors said people ought never to take it. The study was reported Saturday at an American Culture of Clinical Oncology conference . The flaxseed and ginseng research are small and preliminary, and specialists warned against making too much of them as the substances tested are not the same as what customers find on store shelves.

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