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The good news is red wine can cure cancer. The bad news is you'd need to drink 100 glasses a day.

While David Sinclair doesn't recommend that, his work has shown red wine can have health benefits after all. And if things according to plan, they'll be available in a 'red wine pill.'

The Australian biologist said an international study, published Friday in the journal [i]Science[/i], had settled a controversy over whether resveratrol, a natural compound found in red wine, can fight cancer, Alzheimer's and type 2 diabetes.

Ten years ago scientists found resveratrol could activate a

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eff that nothin can beat the real deal.

wine and skooma cured mine. :cat:

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[quote]The bad news is you'd need to drink 100 glasses a day.[/quote]

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[quote]
The good news is red wine can cure cancer. The bad news is you'd need to drink 100 glasses a day.[/quote]

I'll drink to that.

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[quote name='Growled' timestamp='1362963433' post='595570186']
I'll drink to that.
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from recent posts i assume you drink alot :p
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[quote name='SPEhosting' timestamp='1363000658' post='595570724']
from recent posts i assume you drink alot :p
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What makes me assume that? Hick!

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Maybe you'd cure the cancer before you drank yourself to death :)

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