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Tuesday September 1st, 2020 evening edition

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Venom from honeybees has been found to rapidly kill aggressive and hard-to-treat breast cancer cells, according to potentially ground-breaking new Australian research.

The research was published in the journal Nature Precision Oncology It found honeybee venom was effective in killing breast cancer cells.

It found honeybee venom was effective in killing breast cancer cells Researchers say the discovery is exciting but there is a long way to go.

The study also found when the venom's main component was combined with existing chemotherapy drugs, it was extremely efficient at reducing tumour growth in mice.

Dr Ciara Duffy from Western Australia's Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research has been undertaking the study.

Dr Duffy harvested venom from honeybee hives at the University of Western Australia, as well as from Ireland and England.

The researchers reproduced the melittin synthetically and found it mirrored the majority of the anti-cancer effects of the honeybee venom. »

Czech mayor calls CCP 'rude clowns' after threats over Taiwan trip

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On Sunday, Vystrcil, along with his 89-member delegation, began a five-day tour of Taiwan, making him the highest-level Czech official to ever visit the country.

In the subject line of the letter, Novotny demands an immediate apology for Wang's threats made against his country.

He then chastised the foreign ministry for threatening the Czech senate speaker in such a way and behaving like "unmannered rude clowns.". »

Russian Darkweb shares personal data of nearly every voter in Michigan, plus a million more voters in four other states — Meduza

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Russian Internet users have shared the personal data of nearly every voter in Michigan (7.6 million of the state’s 7.8 million voters), as well as the information of another million voters in Arkansas, Connecticut, North Carolina, and Florida, according to the newspaper Kommersant.

A source at the security firm “InfoWatch” confirmed to Kommersant that the data is authentic, saying it was first released in late 2019.

One forum member told the newspaper that he received $4,000 for sharing a hyperlink with U.S. officials to the leaked database of Connecticut voters. »