A new approach gives hope for cancer patients, as Agriculture department is making use of olives for developing anti-cancer drugs. In a recent report, the olive fruit was found to contain triterpenic acids (0.6% in a white crystalline solid). The report was issued by Vidyasagar University, Midnapore, West Bengal.
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