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Sirolimus, a drug typically used by transplant patients to prevent rejection, has been found in previous studies to have anti-cancer properties as well. While it

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That grapefruit can increase the activity of some frugs is old news.
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^ Not for everybody on Neowin.

more:

http://www.foxnews.com/health/2012/08/07/grapefruit-juice-shown-to-boost-drug-anti-cancer-properties/

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But that thing's so bitter.

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A lot of people like that bitter-y flavor. Count me as one.
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add some rum and sugar syrup to a glass of grapefruit juice, after the first couple of glasses you forget the bitterness ;)

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I'd mix grapefruit with some orange juice :p

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Why would they approve a patent on a drug that got rid of cancer that makes the pharmicutial companies so rich?

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^ The company spent millions on Research and are entitled to make a profit.

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Yup, grapefruit messes with many drugs, makes them kick in faster etc.
That's why people mix it with cough medicine to get truly ****ed up :D

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[quote name='Slammers' timestamp='1348582596' post='595204427']
Yup, grapefruit messes with many drugs, makes them kick in faster etc.
That's why people mix it with cough medicine to get truly ****ed up :D
[/quote]

never knew that, hahahah

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[quote name='DocM' timestamp='1348578975' post='595204227']
A lot of people like that bitter-y flavor. Count me as one.
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I'm not one. I hate the taste but I'd drink it if helped cure me.

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