Gormley, James J.
March 1996
Better Nutrition;Mar96, Vol. 58 Issue 3, p68
Discusses the efficacy of sharks' antibodies in protecting against disease in the United States. Efficacy against cancer; Statistics on deaths; Why sharks do not get cancer; Details from studies on shark-cartilage and cancer.


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