Is it possible to beat brain cancer with milk?

According to new research, milk may be the key to beating brain cancer.

Chemicals in the white substance can carry siRNAs (small interfering RNAs), which impede the production of proteins that fuel the growths.

The nanoparticles in dairy food are currently being cultivated in a lab, but the ultimate goal is to raise genetically engineered cows.

The potential, according to project leader Professor Janos Zempleni, a nutritionist at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, is "enormous."

Only about half of patients survive a year after being diagnosed. Beau Biden, the son of Vice President Joe Biden, died of the cancer in 2015.

The $630,000 government-funded research uses milk-transported siRNAs to turn off a mutant gene that causes brain tumours.

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