News 4: Researchers obtain stunning results using tree bark extract for prostate cancer

Darpan Patel, Ph.D., from the School of Nursing, and Pratap Kumar, Ph.D., from the Department of Molecular Medicine in the School of Medicine, were interviewed about the results of their recent study.

The comparative study showed that both a tree bark extract, called Nexrutine, and exercise nearly equally reduced the spread of aggressive prostate cancer in mice. The results were published in the high-impact journal PLOS ONE.

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